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“It must be”—Ex-Red asserts that just one person ought to be successful. As manager of Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp

The only person who, according to former Liverpool player Dominic Matteo, ought to take Jurgen Klopp’s seat as Reds manager next summertime is Ange Postecoglou, the current Spurs manager.

The 58-year-old coach, who was born in Greece, has received praise for introducing an offensive and thrilling style of play to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. He was only appointed manager of the North London-based team in the summer following a successful tenure in charge of Celtic.

When Klopp said in January that he would be leaving Merseyside at the conclusion of the current season, Xabi Alonso became the front-runner to succeed him. However, the former Reds midfielder is now expected to stay at Bayer Leverkusen for the foreseeable future.

With Sporting Lisbon leading the Portuguese top division at the moment, Ruben Amorim is the clear favorite to take over as Anfield manager come next season.

Ange Postecoglou at Spurs has to be the next Jurgen Klopp, in Matteo’s opinion, according to William Hill (via Liverpool World). “I don’t think the demands of the position would get to him; he plays the correct kind of football that would fit at Liverpool. His first season at Spurs has impressed me; his team’s attacking style and his handling of the media are both commendable.

“He can handle pressure and has achieved success, making him an excellent man-manager at this high level of the game, especially at a club like Liverpool.” Postecoglou ought to be their top pick, but it appears that Xabi Alonso has decided not to seek the position at this point in his career. Other managers on the list who may be available are Ruben Amorim and Roberto De Zerbi.

Although Postecoglou is a respectable manager who has had success throughout his career, we find it difficult to concur with Matteo’s remarks.

The former Celtic manager got Spurs off to a strong start this year, but they have subsequently faltered and are presently 11 points off the top spot in fourth place.

Many Liverpool fans were thrilled about the possibility of Alonso taking over for Klopp, but it’s understandable that he would want to stay in Germany and go on with the fascinating project he’s working on at Leverkusen.

Meanwhile, Amorim’s Sporting leads the league by four points at the moment and has a match left against Benfica, their bitter rivals in the city.

The strategist, who was born in Lisbon, may not have as much experience at just 39 years old as many of the other potential managers, but he’s shown this season that he is an accomplished manager.

It will be difficult for anybody to take over and carry on the outstanding work that the former Borussia Dortmund manager has done over the years, but we’ll just have to wait and see who gets the job!

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