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Journalist reveals the latest on Liverpool assistant coach Zeljko Buvac. Liverpool were rocked by the departure of Jurgen Klopp’s right-hand man, Zeljko Buvac, last season. Buvac had worked with Klopp throughout his career and was described as “the brain” behind his coaching set-up. However, just days before Liverpool Champions League semi-final second-leg with Roma, Buvac left the club under mysterious circumstances. A club statement revealed he was “spending some time away from the first team environment between now and the end of the season.” Exactly six months on, and the reasons behind Buvac’s sudden departure is still unknown. What’s even more baffling is the fact Liverpool still listed on the club’s official website as the first-team assistant coach and are yet to confirm his departure. Is there any chance of the Bosnian Serb coming back? Well, Liverpool journalist James Pearce was asked about Buvac during a Q&A on the Liverpool Echo website. Question: “Zeljko Buvac is still listed on the club website. Surely the club need to make an announcement? Do you think we’ll have official confirmation anytime soon?” Pearce: “There won’t be an announcement from the club until the terms of his exit have been agreed. I thought it would have happened before now but clearly it has dragged on with lawyers involved. “I certainly don’t expect Buvac to return to Liverpool. Officially, he’s still first assistant coach on the club site. That job really belongs to Pep Lijnders now but the Dutchman can’t be given that title until the loose ends from Buvac’s departure are confirmed.” Interesting. Pearce has revealed there are lawyers involved and suggests Buvac’s exit was certainly messier than it first seemed. But it appears there's no way back for Buvac - although we’re no closer to really discovering what happened between Klopp and his once close friend.
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Lazio have a great recent record when it comes to signing squad players from Liverpool and transforming them into some of Serie A’s best. Lucas Leiva moved to the Stadio Olimpico last summer after a year of warming the Anfield bench and making sporadic appearances as a makeshift centre-back. At Lazio, however, the Brazilian enjoyed arguably the best season of his career and proved that he is more than just a limited ball-winner. 12 months earlier, Luis Alberto swapped Merseyside for the Italian capital and you would be hard pushed to find a better creative midfielder in Serie A last season. The Spaniard scored 12 and set up 21 in all competitions.So will Liverpool really risk making the same mistake as Lazio aim to sign Marko Grujic, according to Il Tempo? The Serbian was tipped for big things when he arrived from Red Star Belgrade for £5.1 million (The Mail) and, despite making just a smattering of appearances, is still highly rated by the Anfield crowd.========================================================= References: -http://www.hitc.com/en-gb/2018/06/12/do-offer-grujic-plus-60m-liverpool-fans-dreaming-of-sergej-milin/
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Buvac stepped down from his role as No.2 to Jurgen Klopp on the eve of the club’s Champions League semi-final clash with Roma last year.
The Bosnian has been Klopp’s trusted right-hand man dating back to their time together at Mainz but a split is on the cards this summer.
It was claimed yesterday the 56-year-old would be leaving Anfield to take the top job at Fenerbahce.
But Bosnian TV reporter Haris Mrkonja claims a deal is by no means done yet.=========================================================