Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish is still waiting on a permanent contract at the Kop because he’s demanding to have the final say on all of Liverpool’s transfer deals, according to The Sun.
Tension between ex-Liverpool manager Roy Hodgson and head of recruitment Damien Comolli became apparent when Comolli was promoted to Director of Football, and owner John W Henry admitted that Hodgson was ‘surprised’ over the selection.
The Sun claims that Dalglish does not get along with Comolli either, and because of this has demanded that whenever Liverpool come close to completing a transfer, he has the final say on whether to sign a new player or sell an old one.
Dalglish has been keeping very quiet about being offered a new contract by Liverpool, despite the success he has had since he joined Liverpool in January as caretaking manager.
"I don't know, I've never asked - maybe goal-line technology will be in first,” Dalglish said when asked if he had enquired about a permanent contract at Liverpool.
Should Dalglish get his wish and have veto power over transfers, the tussle over his contract will hopefully be over and fans can breathe a sigh of relief that their saviour is staying at Anfield.