Liverpool have reportedly stepped up their efforts as they look to re-sign their former sporting director Michael Edwards.

Liverpool Owners Hold Face-To-Face Talks With Edwards

The Reds have already held face-to-face talks with Edwards and this is according to The Times as they look to bring him back to help the Merseyside giants through the process of Jurgen Klopp’s exit from the club.


Edwards met with president Mike Gordon and Fenway Sports Group (FSG) owner, John W Henry last weekend in Boston, according to the reports.

However, after terminating a ten-year relationship with Liverpool in 2022 and being instrumental in the club’s transition under Klopp, Edwards has turned down multiple approaches from teams, including Chelsea.


As for Liverpool, he declined an original offer from FSG in January to return to his role as Liverpool’s sporting director, and if he accepts the invitation to come back, he likely expects full authority in a more senior role, like the head of football operations.

As per The Guardian, it is anticipated that Edwards will lead the analytics and recruitment divisions.


He would likely also oversee the selection of Liverpool’s next manager and any other new sporting director.

In the upcoming weeks, the club’s new football organisational structure should begin to take shape.

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Also, as they prepare for the future, the Reds will also keep their eye trained on the present as they look to end Klopp’s tenure at the club on a high note.


However, the club will next be in action on the field when they take on fellow title-contenders, Manchester City on Sunday, March 10.

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