Liverpool has commenced a change in their backroom staff according to Sky Sports, with Jurgen Klopp reportedly set to up the role of Reds boss in the near future.
Current first team coach Gary McAlister is believed to be considering a different role within the coaching set-up.
However, assistant manager Sean O’Driscoll under Brendan Rodgers, head of performance Glen Driscoll and head of opposition analysis Chris Davies have all left the club.
McAlister took control of training, despite the fact that he is likely to lose his current role within the club. The noises coming out of Merseyside suggest that he could be handed a role in the clubs youth set-up.
Klopp looks set to complete a deal to become Liverpool boss in the next 24 hours after travelling to Merseyside earlier today.
The former-Dortmund boss claimed two Bundesliga title with BVB and also guided them to a Champions League final, after taking over with them languishing in midtable of the German top-flight.
The 48-year-old is likely to bring in his own backroom staff, including former-assistant Zeljko Buvac, who is his trusted lieutenant from both Mainz and Dortmund.
Another former Dortmund coach Peter Krawietz is also likely to join Klopp at Anfield, as he looks to revive the ailing Merseyside giants.
Should Liverpool keep any of their existing backroom staff?