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Liverpool finally strike deal after nine months of negotiations

Liverpool finally strike deal after nine months of negotiations


 Zeljko Buvac’s exit from Liverpool has now finally become official, nine months after he walked out on the Reds  The Bosnian-Serb departed his position as one of Jurgen Klopp’s assistant managers last April, shortly before the second leg of the Champions League semi-final against Roma  Buvac had been one of Jurgen Klopp’s right-hand men for 17 years, with a relationship dating back to the pair’s time together at Mainz  Mystery surrounded the reasons for his departure, with the club just putting it down to ‘personal reasons’ and failing to elaborate on what was behind a fairly dramatic exit at a crucial point of the season Read More Transfer news LIVE: Man Utd, Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea and Philippe Coutinho latest     Buvac – who Klopp termed ‘The Brain’ of the coaching department – had remained as an employee of the club since he walked away, but his departure has now become official according to the Liverpool Echo, with the terms of his contract being settled  In his absence, highly-regarded coach Pep Ljinders has stepped up to a more senior role with the Premier League leaders this season  The Dutchman is now expected to be given the official title of assistant manager alongside Peter Krawietz, who joined the Reds with Klopp and Buvac back in 2015

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