I don’t think a transfer to Liverpool will happen…Dávid Hancko thanks manager Slot and talks about his future

I don’t think a transfer to Liverpool will happen...Dávid Hancko thanks manager Slot and talks about his future Transfers

Arne Slot was appointed as the new head coach at Anfield after Jurgen Klopp retired. Until last season, he lifted domestic league and cup trophies with Feyenoord, gaining a multifaceted reputation for his achievements, character, style of play and youth development.

Feyenoord defender David Hantsko, who was part of the Slovakia national team at EURO 2024, revealed that Slot had transformed his career and thanked him, but said a move to Liverpool would not happen.

“I think that in three years he will be named as one of the best coaches in the world,”

“I can see that happening, because I know what he did with us and now he has the biggest platform to show that.”

“I have a lot of confidence in him and his staff. And I don’t express that appreciation because I hope that I will go with him to Liverpool, because that is unlikely.”

“I have spoken to him a few times after the end of the season, but I don’t think they are looking for a player in my position, so I don’t think a transfer to Liverpool will happen.”

“But I wish him the best of luck, he really is a fantastic coach.”

“In the last two years he changed my career, in the way he taught me to play and how I look at football,”

“He impressed me in training, in meetings and with his systems. Thanks to him I have grown in several aspects as a footballer.”

“You always really look forward to training with him. His playing style and also the videos he shows in team meetings are all so professional.”

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The 26-year-old centre-back plays as a left-back for his national team.

The left-footed defender has been sought after since last season, but unlike the reinforcement plan, which lists mainly players in their teens and early twenties, it is as unlikely as possible that he will move to Anfield, as the player reveals.

So will the Slovakian defender, who is under contract until June 2028, step up at his new club, with Atletico Madrid and others showing interest…?