The ESPN FC panel discuss whether or not Jurgen Klopp would be a good fit for Liverpool.
Further support for Rodgers came from his former club Swansea, where manager Garry Monk was stunned by Liverpool’s decision.
With the search for a replacement to the under-performing Brendan Rodgers already narrowed down to either one of Carlo Ancelotti or Jurgen Klopp, it is being believed in most quarters that Klopp is the most favourite to take charge at Anfield once Rodgers is shown the exit.
“Results have been very poor and performances haven’t been what they should be either so there’s no getting around the fact that he’s under major pressure – big time“.
He guided the Ruhr giants to the final of the Champions League in 2013, but saw the club experience a slump in form last term, which led to his eventual departure at the end of last season.
Graeme Souness, who captained and managed Liverpool, said the club had fallen behind their supposed rivals, notably in the transfer market.
We’re reporting the news that is breaking, but would prefer not to write about other managers when Rodgers is doing everything he can to turn the situation around.
“If Liverpool hadn’t any money to spend, you could sympathise, but they have bought two different teams over the past couple of years”. They are not the only high profile club in England whose supporters are growing restless. That’s the situation it’s become for Liverpool, even when I was there towards the end. “They win the Premier League”.
“It’s easy to say a draw in this game because that’s normally the way that people would go”, he said.
However, Reds supporters who follow Pizzutti will know she is a savvy Liverpool fan with her finger very much on the pulse, and unsurprisingly, she dodged the Twitter pitfall in style.
“I was allowed to play at a lot of exciting derbies”.