The Dutchman is poised to start his new position within days. Liverpool has recently confirmed the recruitment of Slot from Feyenoord, and he is scheduled for official appointment on June 1. As he steps into the role, the 45-year-old coach confronts the challenge of proving himself as a capable successor to Jurgen Klopp. Speculation has been rife about which players he might bring with him to Anfield.

One of Liverpool’s targets is his former AZ protege, Teun Koopmeiners, while players like Lutsharel Geertruida and Justin Bijlow from Feyenoord have also been linked with a move to Merseyside recently. However, Slot’s initial deal at Liverpool might not involve a new signing after all.

According to TEAMtalk, Conor Bradley may soon sign a new contract with Liverpool, despite recently extending his deal until 2027. The club is impressed with his performance, especially as a backup for Trent Alexander-Arnold, and plans to offer him an improved contract. Bradley’s strong form during the spring, when he filled in for Alexander-Arnold, endeared him to fans, earning him a goal and six assists. Although he faced some fitness issues towards the end of the season and Alexander-Arnold’s return, Liverpool still intends to reward him with a pay raise, making his contract renewal a priority this summer for the club.


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