Pep Lijnders confirms Liverpool exit plan


Jurgen Klopp's second-in-command, Pep Ljinders, has been a popular topic among Liverpool supporters recently

Pep Lijnders

The Reds assistant manager Pep Lijnders has stated his plans to quit the club as questions has been raised by Liverpool supporters following the team's poor performances this season.

Lijnders confirmed that he intends to take over a new role as the head manager of a new club when his current contract at Anfield expires.

Ljinders previously held the position of an head  coach at NEC in the Dutch second division, this lasted just one season, he became the Reds first-team coach under Brendan Rodgers in 2015 before leaving for NEC after which he returned to join Jurgen Klopp following Zeljko Buvac's departure.

The current coaching staff are contracted to Anfield until 2026, however, Ljinders has now suggested that this will be the time for a new beginning.

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