Jurgen Klopp set to take on Liverpool role

Jurgen Klopp is currently on a sabbatical after leaving Borussia Dortmund at the end of last season.

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Liverpool will appoint Jurgen Klopp as their new manager on a three-year deal by the weekend.

Sunderland are hopeful of persuading Sam Allardyce to take over as manager after making him their first choice.


Carlo Ancelotti is still in the frame for the Liverpool job after Jurgen Klopp demanded the final say on transfers.

Ancelotti’s former assistant at Real Madrid Paul Clement believes the Italian would be best for the Liverpool job.

Sunderland are in crisis after Sam Allardyce, David Moyes and Sean Dyche all said they do not want the manager’s job.

Jose Mourinho has been told he must salvage Chelsea’s season without a spending spree in January.


Liverpool hope to announce Jurgen Klopp as their new boss by the end of the week. Klopp has been assured he will get the final say on transfers – which Brendan Rodgers did not.

Ellis Short is being urged to make Sam Allardyce the new boss of Sunderland despite the former West Ham and Newcastle boss already saying he’s not keen on the job.


Jurgen Klopp is happy to work under Liverpool’s transfer system and looks certain to be unveiled before the end of the week.

Kevin Keegan believes Liverpool should make Carlo Ancelotti their new manager – with Steven Gerrard his assistant.

Sam Allardyce will be given first refusal on the Sunderland head coach job, but Dick Advocaat has warned him against taking it.

Manchester United have been told to stop hassling Bayern Munich with bids for Thomas Muller.


Sam Allardyce is the favorite to replace Dick Advocaat as manager of Sunderland after David Moyes turned down the job.

Jose Mourinho has been given he unprecedented public backing of Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich, but has been put on notice and told results must improve.


Ched Evans is thought to harbor hopes of returning to professional football by the end of the season if the Court of Appeal overturns his rape conviction.

Fenway’s desire to capitalize on an erratic start to the season by the Premier League’s top sides is at the heart of Liverpool’s decision to sack Brendan Rodgers.

Chelsea have given Jose Mourinho their backing, but made it clear there will be no emergency funds in January, regardless of what he thinks of his current squad.


Dick Advocaat has warned potential contenders for the managerial vacancy at the Stadium of Light that Sunderland’s squad is not good enough to avoid another relegation skirmish.