Liverpool reach preliminary agreement to appoint Sporting boss Ruben Amorim, as reported by Sky Germany.

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Sky Germany has reported that Ruben Amorim, the manager of Sporting, has verbally agreed to a three-year deal to succeed Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool. This agreement includes an exit clause allowing him to leave this summer and has also drawn interest from Bayern Munich and Chelsea. The 39-year-old is said to have discussed a potential contract to take over as Klopp’s successor, although sources in Liverpool have refuted this story. Klopp announced his departure earlier this year, after an illustrious nine-year tenure at Anfield.

With Liverpool second in the Premier League and in the quarter-finals of the Europa League, the potential for further success under Klopp’s leadership still exists. Despite other candidates such as Richard Hughes from Bournemouth and Xabi Alonso being linked with the Liverpool job, Amorim appears to be the front-runner. His successful tenure at Sporting, including winning the league title in his first full season, has garnered attention and praise for his coaching abilities. Amorim’s background as a player for Benfica and Portugal, as well as his transition to coaching, has been highlighted as the reason for his rise and potential success in a high-profile managerial role.

His ability to bring unity and clarity to Sporting has solidified his reputation as a talented coach. It has been widely acknowledged that Amorim’s success at Sporting was indicative of his potential to take on a managerial role at a top European club. His early coaching career has been marked by rapid ascension and impressive achievements, making him a highly sought-after prospect in the world of football management.

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