Work permit cancels Liverpool job for slot assistant

Work permit cancels Liverpool job for slot assistant

At the end of May, we reported that Etienne Rainen, one of Arne Slott's men at Feyenoord, was struggling to obtain a work permit in England.

Informed reports late Wednesday David Lynch Who expects the Dutchman to stay in De Kuip. The 37-year-old is said to have privately confirmed this.

Many roles still need to be filled before the start of pre-season on Monday, July 1. Among other things, no replacements have been brought in for the goalkeeping team John Achterberg and Jack Robinson. There was also a search for a set-piece coach.

Feyenoord's Jiri Nieminen is unlikely to be seen at Anfield. The 36-year-old is said to have said this to Finnish magazine Apu:

– Liverpool was in front, and of course I thought about it.

– I will probably continue at Feyenoord next season as well. The situation will change if it changes.

Consequences of Britain's exit from the European Union

What stops Etienne Rainen is a result of Brexit because he lacks a licence.

Work permits don't just affect young talent. In theory, Reijnen could have qualified based on his skills and the fact that he had a job ready waiting for him, but it's not necessarily that simple.

The former centre-back has been with Feyenoord since autumn 2023. He was one of Arne Slott's assistants, focusing on analysis and technique.

On the other hand, the duo, Sepke Hulchov and Robin Peters, are ready to face Liverpool.

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