Jurgen Klopp would demand that Liverpool’s transfer committee was scrapped if he became the Anfield boss, according to the Sun.
The German is reportedly willing to move to Merseyside following his departure from Borussia Dortmund this summer.
But the 47-year-old would not be happy with the four-man committee deciding on who to buy and sell, presenting a stumbling block for any potential managerial change.
And Klopp is believed to only want to accept the job if FSG scrap the policy.
Similarly, If your name is Brendan Rodgers, you might want to look away now.
It appears the overwhelming majority of Liverpool fans want the Northern Irishman to be replaced by outgoing Borussia Dotmund boss Jurgen Klopp.
Mirror Football’s poll has 89 per cent of Reds fans voting in favour of Klopp, with just 11 per cent backing the current boss.
Liverpool’s 6-1 humbling at the hands of Stoke on the final day won’t have helped matters, neither will the ongoing Raheem Sterling contract saga.
When asked if he was confident he would be there to take the club forward next season, Rodgers said: “Very much so, I don’t think there’s anyone better, that’s the reality of it.


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