Pep Lijnders set to take Liverpool’s entire backroom staff as Klopp’s assistant looks for new job

Pep Lijnders, currently part of Liverpool’s backroom team, has reportedly offered his services to Besiktas, the Turkish football club. He is said to be keen on starting his managerial career with Besiktas next season and has shown interest in bringing Liverpool’s entire backroom team with him. This potential move could leave Liverpool in need of appointing new coaches over the summer. Besiktas is in the process of evaluating their options for a new permanent manager, with Lijnders being just one of the candidates under consideration.

It is still uncertain whether he will be given the opportunity to start his managerial career in Turkey. Earlier this year, it was reported that Lijnders was in talks with Ajax regarding their managerial position. Liverpool’s manager, Jurgen Klopp, has praised Lijnders and expressed his support for Lijnders’ ambitions in management. He emphasized Lijnders’ readiness and expressed his admiration for the exceptional job Lijnders has done at Liverpool.

Thus, Lijnders seems to be actively pursuing opportunities to transition into a managerial role, with Besiktas emerging as a potential destination.

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