Zeljko Buvac left Liverpool due to a family illness, not Arsenal

Zeljko Buvac & Liverpool

It’s been a hectic twenty-four for Zeljko Buvac and Liverpool.

On Monday morning it was confirmed that the man Jurgen Klopp calls his ‘brain’, Zeljko Buvac, had left Liverpool.

While he’s still an employee, the narrative repeated by the majority of the press was that Zeljko Buvac’s days at Liverpool are over.

Why? Reportedly Buvac had reportedly clashed with Jurgen Klopp, and that forced the assistant coach to leave his post.

Next Arsenal manager

Then came the links to Arsenal.

Reports out of Bosnia shockingly claimed that Buvac has been lined up to replace Arsene Wenger.

The bookies then reacted by crashing odds on Buvac getting the Arsenal job.

‘Zeljko Buvac left Liverpool due to a family illness’

On Tuesday lunchtime a fresh update on Buvac has spread on social media.

Bosnian journalist Haris Mrkonja has suggested that reports linking the Liverpool coach with Arsenal dugout are wide of the mark.

Haris Mrkonja instead claimed that Buvac left Liverpool due to a family illness.

It’s worth noting that Liverpool claimed on Monday that Buvac had left Anfield for “personal reasons”.

Roma vs Liverpool

Liverpool are back in action on Wednesday night in the Champions League.

5-2 up against Roma in their semifinal, Liverpool will be favourites to be in the final in Kiev.

The big news on Tuesday is that Adam Lallana is in the Liverpool squad.

Liverpool squad to face Roma: Karius, Clyne, Van Dijk, Wijnaldum, Lovren, Milner, Firmino, Salah, Henderson, Klavan, Moreno, Mane, Lallana, Mignolet, Robertson, Ings, Solanke, Jones, Ward, Woodburn, Masterson, Camacho, Alexander-Arnold.

Also see: Liverpool’s Zeljko Buvac will be Arsenal’s new manager – Pravda BL.

Arsenal’s power struggle: Raul Sanllehi, Sven Mislintat, Ivan Gazidis & Josh Kroenke.

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