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Liverpool open negotiations with Feyenoord after identifying Arne Slot as ideal candidate to succeed Jurgen Klopp… as Reds face £8.5m fee to sign Dutchman

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Liverpool have opened talks with Feyenoord after identifying head coach Arne Slot as the ideal candidate to replace Jurgen Klopp at the end of the season.

Slot, who was considered by Tottenham and Chelsea last summer, has enjoyed immense success since joining the Dutch side in 2021 and has become one of the most progressive coaches in European football.

He recently guided his Feyenoord side to victory in the KNVB Cup; It is the second trophy he has won in charge of the Rotterdam giants, having made them national champions 12 months ago.

His accolades at the Dutch side have made him an ideal candidate to succeed Klopp at Anfield and the Reds have now stepped up their pursuit of the 45-year-old.

Feyenoord would be happy to allow a move away, but the Merseyside side would need €10m (£8.59m) to do so.

Liverpool have opened negotiations with Feyenoord as they look to sign head coach Arne Slot

Current Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has confirmed he will leave the club at the end of the season.

Current Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has confirmed he will leave the club at the end of the season.

Slot is likely to bring his right-hand man Sipke Hulshoff to his next club, with Liverpool in need of a massive rebuild of the coaching department after a number of high-profile members of Klopp’s trusted squad moved on to follow him out of the exit door.

Klopp announced at the end of January that he would be leaving the club after almost nine years at the helm and he has just five matches remaining on Merseyside, including Wednesday’s trip through Stanley Park to Everton and Goodison Park .

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