Xabi Alonso confirma su postura después de que se realizara el “primer contacto” sobre el puesto de entrenador del Liverpool – Daily Star

Xabi Alonso confirma su postura después de que se realizara el “primer contacto” sobre el puesto de entrenador del Liverpool – Daily Star

The Reds will appoint Klopp’s successor in the summer. In an interview after Klopp’s announcement, Alonso appeared to distance himself from the role on Merseyside. He said: “I was surprised by Jurgen’s news.

I have huge respect for Jurgen and Liverpool. At the moment I am really happy here and enjoying my work. Each day and game is a challenge.

We are in an intense and beautiful journey here at Leverkusen.” “Who do you think will be the next Liverpool boss? Now the teen sensation is taking his talents around the UK and Europe as he faces the big boys in the Premier League.

Venues will be packed out to see the new darting icon take on the biggest names in the sport – Luke Humphries, Michael van Gerwin, Michael Smith, Rob Cross, Gerwyn Price, Peter Wright and Nathan Aspinall over the next few months. Our special Premier League preview charts Littler’s astronomic rise, turns the spotlight on his rivals for the coveted title, includes an exclusive column from James Wade, interviews with legends of the game, current Premier League players and PDC chairman Eddie Hearn – and it tells you everything you need to know about the tournament.” “Speculation is normal, but I have great respect and admiration for what Jurgen has done at Liverpool in the last nine years, and how he’s done it.

He has a connection with the fans, he’s done a great job, but my focus is here at Bayer Leverkusen. I have great motivation to do a good job here, I’m very happy with the team, with the club, with everything, so that’s my focus. My focus isn’t on May, it’s on tomorrow ahead of our game against Gladbach and helping my players to be ready.”

The stint lasted three years, during which he won just over 40 per cent of his games before leaving in May 2022. Five months later, Alonso landed his first senior management job at Bayer Leverkusen, taking his side all the way to the Europa League semi-finals in his debut season. Most recently, Leverkusen secured a nail-biting 3-2 victory over Stuttgart in the DFB-Pokal, taking their unbeaten streak to an impressive 30 games in all competitions.

It’s onwards and upwards for Alonso’s side, having also made the last 16 of the Europa League after winning every single one of their group matches.


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