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Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou has been tipped to eventually replace Jurgen Klopp as Liverpool manager.

Liverpool have been told by a former Celtic player who they think will replace Jurgen Klopp as manager.


The Reds have had Klopp in the Anfield hot-seat since October 2015. The German has won six major trophies since coming to Merseyside, including the Premier League title and a Champions League.


Klopp signed a new contract back in April which keeps at Liverpool until the end of the 2025/26 season. Despite there still being nearly four years left to run, the club have been told who will replace him.


According to former Celtic star Paul Slane, the Scottish club’s current boss Ange Postecoglou will be the one to replace Klopp. Postecoglou took charge of Celtic in the summer of 2021, and guided them to the league title in his first year in charge.

Slane, who made one appearance for Celtic and now plays for Scottish fifth tier club Open Goal Broomhill, believes that Postecoglou has what it takes to be a success at Liverpool when Klopp’s time comes to an end.


“I think Postecoglou’s going to be the next Liverpool manager, I really do,” Slane told Grosvenor Sport. “I think he’ll be the next Liverpool manager when Jurgen Klopp decides to go or Liverpool decide to part with him. Who else takes the Liverpool job after Klopp?


“At times in this season’s Champions League game against Real Madrid, the European champions, Celtic were unbelievable, so I think Ange Postecoglou is good enough to be the next Liverpool manager. If people think Graham Potter is better than Postecoglou, and he can get the Chelsea job, then they’re wrong.”


Slane added: “Sadly I think Postecoglou will be too good to stick around at Celtic for the next four or five years.


“He’ll want the Premier League, the top teams, the money… I think Ange will want to go and face off against the world’s top managers week-in, week-out. So I think it’ll be hard for him to stay with Celtic. But come the first game of next season, I think he’ll still be managing Celtic.”


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