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Liverpool dismiss claims they have approached Carlo Ancelotti
24/09/2015 00:00:00
by Agencies
 
Under pressure ... Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers
 
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LIVERPOOL have vehemently dismissed claims they have approached Carlo Ancelotti about the possibility of succeeding manager Brendan Rodgers.

A report claimed the veteran Italian, a Champions League winner with AC Milan and Real Madrid, had been sounded out by owners Fenway Sports Group (FSG) about taking over at Anfield.

However, that was immediately rubbished by the club with sources suggesting such a move would be completely out of character with the way the Americans have run things to date.

Rodgers survived a robust end of season review after a dismal finale to a campaign which reached its nadir with the 6-1 humbling at Stoke on the final day.

Having retained the backing of FSG - despite losing his assistant manager and close friend Colin Pascoe and coach Mike Marsh in an enforced backroom shake-up - he was then given the best part of £80million to spend on new signings.

He splashed £32.5million on his primary target Christian Benteke and a potential £29million on Roberto Firmino.



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