Liverpool have offered Kenny Dalglish a two-year deal to be permanent manager of the club, as well as a two-year deal for Head Coach, Steve Clarke.
Principal owner John Henry last week denied that talks had begun as regards making the duo permanent staff at the club, but the American businessman flew over to Merseyside this week and was in attendance at Thursday’s Europa League exit to the hands of Braga.
Dalglish was appointed as caretaker boss in January after Roy Hodgson parted company with the club after just six months in the Anfield hot seat and 14 games in looks set to sign a permanent deal.
His immediate appointment of Clarke in his coaching team was hailed as a stroke of genius, with an immediate improvement in the team’s performances, and the individual performances of several players.
It is understood that Henry and club Chairman, Tom Werner, are keen to tie up the deal in time for the summer months so that a progressive transfer window can be had.
More to follow over the next few days, we’re sure.