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Slot waiting for official announcement to speak more on Liverpool move


Arne Slot is keeping a lid on the details of his move to Liverpool until an official announcement is made.

The Feyenoord boss is set to replace Jurgen Klopp at the end of the season but insists he is only focused on his current club right now.

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Liverpool have fallen away from the Premier League title race in recent weeks and it has not been the farewell tour Reds fans or Klopp will have wished for.

They won the Carabao Cup against Chelsea in February but look to set to end the campaign without any other additional silverware.

Slot has three games left in charge of Feyenoord but could not hide his smile when questioned about his future club.

He said: “We haven’t confirmed anything yet and I said to the Dutch media as well, as long as we haven’t confirmed anything yet, I don’t think it’s honest to the club where I’m working now or the club I could go to to talk about that.

“I am more than willing to answer any questions if the official announcement will be made.

“I have all the confidence that will happen but until now it hasn’t been confirmed officially yet.

“I’m still busy with Feyenoord here and Liverpooll is also still busy with their season.

“There is nothing official yet and I am sitting here with a Feyenoord emblem on my chest, so the intention is for it to be about Feyenoord, but I think you will try anyway.”

Mitch Fretton
Mitch Fretton
Mitch is a freelance sports journalist with experience working for LiveScore, GOAL and Colchester United. He has experience working from both his desk at home and in the press box at games covering the Champions League and international football.


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