Ruben Amorim would bring ‘attacking football’ to Liverpool


Liverpool are pushing to appoint Sporting CP manager Ruben Amorim. Also, Micah Richards says the way Amorim plays tactically would be good for the Reds.

Liverpool are pushing to appoint Sporting CP manager Ruben Amorim in the summer to replace the outgoing Jurgen Klopp. Also, former Manchester City defender Micah Richards believes he would be an exciting choice for the Reds.

Journalist Dean Jones recently told GIVEMESPORT that Liverpool are keen on appointing Amorim. Also, they are confident in finding an agreement to bring him to Anfield. Amorim has done an excellent job in Portugal with Sporting. However, his lack of Premier League experience might be a concern.

Ruben Amorim would play attacking football at Liverpool

Speaking on the Rest Is Football podcast, Micah Richards has shared his excitement around Amorim regarding his tactical setup that he’d bring to the Premier League.

“I think the way he plays tactically he’d be good. In terms of could he be good for Liverpool? Definitely. He’s really intelligent. He plays attacking football. He has evolved as a manager as well because he was at Braga I think. He did okay there. The thing is though, can he do it in the Premier League so soon? That’s the one question mark you would have. I’ve heard Liverpool fans saying they would like him. They like his style of football, you just never know.” – said Richards.

Amorim has been described as ‘unbelievable’ by Portuguese football expert Aaron Barton. He’s likely to bring fresh ideas to the Merseyside outfit. It’s easy to forget there would have been similar concerns surrounding Klopp in terms of his ability to adapt to the English game.

It’s a huge decision for the future of Liverpool after so many years under the supervision of Klopp. It’s a scary thought for the supporters as they head in a new direction. Jurgen Klopp has won almost everything there is to win during his time at Anfield. So, replacing Klopp is no easy task.

Liverpool have a busy summer ahead

Trent Alexander-Arnold, Mohamed Salah, and Virgil van Dijk, are all out of contract in the summer of 2025. So, it could be a crucial transfer market later this year in deciding their futures. If Liverpool are unable to tie them to new deals, they might be forced to cash in to avoid them leaving on free transfers.

The Athletic journalist David Ornstein, speaking on NBC Sports earlier this week, claimed that the Reds need to start to step up talks for the key trio. Losing three valuable players for nothing would be a disaster. In conclusion, Liverpool have some big decisions to make.

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