Liverpool are set to tie former Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp on a three-year deal by the end of the week following the dismissal of Brendan Rodgers on Sunday, according to reports from the Mirror.
After the sacking of Rodgers, the Reds have moved quickly to open talks with Klopp over the position.
And negotiations have progressed in a positive manner, with the German meeting more Liverpool representatives on Tuesday to sort out the final details of an expected three-year deal.
Klopp has also agreed to work under Liverpool’s infamous transfer system, which consists of a transfer committee that aims to sign younger players with the potential to improve and therefore increase in value.
However, Klopp is used to working under these conditions as he is known for developing raw talent into world class professionals, but needs to be guaranteed the final say.
The 48-year-old won the Bundesliga two years in succession with Dortmund in 2011 and then 2012, and finished Champions League runners-up to Bayern Munich in 2013.
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