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FSG is certain that a significant agreement is about to happen as Liverpool and Chelsea compete for the $60 million RB Leipzig striker.

During the weekend of what is expected to be one of the most significant games of Jürgen Klopp’s time as manager, we present you with the latest updates on Liverpool. Let’s begin with the most recent updates regarding Michael Edwards.

An agreement to bring Michael Edwards back to the club is close to being completed, indicating that a deal is near for Liverpool.

Liverpool has made progress in its efforts to reappoint Michael Edwards, who previously served as the club’s sporting director. Fabrizio Romano reports that an agreement is about to be reached. The Reds are quite optimistic following discussions over the remaining aspects of the arrangement. Anticipated is his return to the club in a position of greater accountability compared to his previous involvement.

Edwards’ relocation is among the initial actions taken by FSG following Klopp’s announcement of his departure from the club at the end of the season, when he stressed that he would not be retiring. Additionally, it has been stated that Edwards will be accompanied by Richard Hughes, who previously held the position of first-team technical director at Bournemouth.

Liverpool.com reports that the inclusion of Edwards should alleviate concerns over the period after Klopp’s departure. It is comforting to know that there have been significant recent rumors of Edwards rejecting offers from clubs such as Chelsea and Manchester United. His comeback suggests that the club will maintain stability after Klopp’s departure, considering his successful history in the transfer market. However, Liverpool fans, myself included, are still hopeful that Xabi Alonso will be in charge at Anfield next season.

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