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Not money, not a signing, Xabi Alonso's demand to sign

A good approach to keep Liverpool

By Charles Cornwall

 Alonso at the gates of Anfield
Alonso at the gates of Anfield
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Although the sacking of Jürgen Klopp is a fact that many fans would never wish to see happen, this is a change and could bring good things for Liverpool, as while it is going to be difficult for someone else to match what the German has done during his time at Anfield.

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However nothing is forever and someone may come in who can maintain a high standard. Xabi Alonso is getting closer and closer to being the coach in charge of replacing Jürgen Klopp, and the former Reds midfielder has openly said that Liverpool is his favourite team.

In addition, with Liverpool's need to find a good replacement for Jürgen Klopp as soon as possible, this could be another reason why Xabi would choose Liverpool over another team to manage after Bayer Leverkusen. However, if Xabi Alonso's arrival on Merseyside becomes official, he would not be the only new signing to replace the departures, as before Jürgen Klopp, manager Jorg Schmadtke decided to take a different route to Liverpool and spent his last transfer window at Anfield in January.

If Xabi comes with him, Bayer Leverkusen's sporting director Simon Rolfes will join him. This will undoubtedly be of great value to the Reds, as with what they have done so far at Bayer Leverkusen, they have gained a lot of recognition and respect from many players. This will keep Liverpool as a target for many world class players.

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The immediate impact of Xabi's arrival on Merseyside

With the arrival of Rolfes and Xabi, the team will remain a club that any player would be interested in playing for and being managed by Xabi Alonso. In addition, Rolfes would be able to make a much more fluid market for Bundesliga players because of his vast experience gained throughout his career both as a footballer and now as a sporting director, which would be his position at Liverpool.

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