Liverpool have opened talks with a number of potential replacements for boss Brendan Rodgers, according to Metro.
Liverpool have struggled to replicate last season’s title-challenging season this term and haven’t adapted to life without top goalscorer Luis Suarez after they sold him to Barcelona in the summer.
And after Rodgers failed to get out of a seemingly easy Champions League group that included FC Basel and Ludogorets, the Anfield hierarchy have reportedly run out of patience with their manager.
Respected journalist Duncan Castle explained: “It doesn’t look good for Rodgers.
“There has been contact with alternatives to replace him. The fact that they’re looking shows Rodgers is not in a good place.”
It’s not known what candidates are on Liverpool’s list of managerial targets, but Rodgers’ Anfield future appears to be coming to an end so soon after coming so close to winning the club’s first ever Premier League title last season.