Jamie Carragher, Liverpool | Carragher warns Liverpool after rumours

Jamie Carragher, Liverpool |  Carragher warns Liverpool after rumours

On Wednesday night, Liverpool lost to city rivals Everton, which likely means the Reds' quest for the league title this season is over.

At the same time, there are strong rumors that the Merseyside club have found a replacement for coach Jurgen Klopp. It is known that the German will leave the club after the season.

Dutchman Arne Sloat is said to be the front-runner for the job and negotiations are said to be ongoing with the coach and his club Feyenoord, according to reliable sources.

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– Big jump

The news caused club legend Jamie Carragher to react with skepticism.

– What I want to say is that it is a big jump from Feyenoord to Liverpool. This shows that at the moment there is a shortage of coaches available, when you look at who Liverpool are looking for, says Sky Sports expert according to the website. woman.

– Initially they looked at Xabi Alonso, but he only has one season as head coach. Then there was talk of Ruben Amorim from Sporting, but he is only 39 years old.

Slott has enjoyed great success at Feyenoord and is described as a 'Pep Guardiola disciple' when it comes to the way he wants to play his football.

– The slot is the favorite now, but it is not the same as when Rafa Benitez came or Jurgen Klopp came. Benitez had won the Spanish League twice in a row and the UEFA Cup when he arrived. Klopp had won the league with Borussia Dortmund and reached the Champions League final, as Carragher points out further.

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– Liverpool was a different club at that time. In the team I played in, we were aiming for a place in the top four. The same was the case when Klopp came. Now Liverpool will compete for the league title and the Champions League. There are expectations that they will at least qualify for the quarter-finals.

– we will see

Therefore, the former goalkeeper believes that Slott will have a big task ahead of him, if he is eventually chosen as Liverpool's new manager.

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– It's a big jump. He's obviously a good coach, with a good record, so we'll see how it goes, he says a bit skeptically.

Wednesday's loss to Everton means Liverpool remain with 74 points after 34 matches. Arsenal has 77 points after the same number of matches, while Manchester City has 73 points, two matches less than the other two teams at the top.

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