Kenny Dalglish Willing to Take Charge at Liverpool, Mail Says: Roundup
The following is a roundup of soccer stories from U.K. newspapers, with clickable links to the Web.
Kenny Dalglish has told Liverpool he’s prepared to return as the club’s manager, the Daily Mail said.
Dalglish, who led Liverpool to its last league title in 1990, is part of the search panel to find the replacement for Rafael Benitez. He’s told the club he’ll withdraw from the panel after taking a look at the short list of candidates and deciding he could do a better job, the Mail said.
Liverpool will seek permission to meet with Fulham’s Roy Hodgson at the end of the week, the Mail said.
Green, battling to be England’s starter at the World Cup, has one year left on his current deal and Gold said the club may not be able to turn down a big offer for the 29-year-old.
“We could get amazing offers, offers you can’t refuse,” the Sun quoted Gold as saying.
Mourinho has yet to contact the midfielder or his advisers but believes the 33-year-old German, who will miss the World Cup with an injury, can make an impact at the Bernabeu, the Mail said.
Chelsea is preparing to make a 25 million-pound ($36.2 million) bid for Bayern Munich midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger, the Daily Mirror said.