Turkish outfit Fernebache may have found the right person to drive managerial affairs at the club. They have found their new manager replacement in Jurgen Klopp’s assistant Zeljko Buvac says British outlet sportwitness.
Zeljko has been handpicked to spearhead managerial affairs in the club from next season, after sporting director Damien Commoli reached an agreement with the club hierarchy to bring in the Liverpool man.
According to news outlet Sporx, Comolli has agreed terms with the 56-year-old leaving nothing untouched and is set to reveal the details in their agreement to newly appointed Fernebache president Ali Y. Koc.
It is understood Buvac was a top favourite for the position as revealed by the Turkish media, including the need to try a foreign manager as previously suggested by Koc, who is believed to be a keen admirer of the 56-year-old.
Buvac has previously been linked to a line of other Premier League outfits particularly Arsenal.
He was tipped to be Frenchman Arsene Wenger’s successor after his resignation last term. There have aso been concerns he was on the verge of leaving Anfield, a statement Liverpool has utterly denied.
The 56-year-old could be on his way to being Fernebache’s new manager if everything runs smoothly and unhindered.