Liverpool have denied claims that they've approached Carlo Ancelotti about replacing Brendan Rodgers as their new manager, according to the Mirror.
Reports in America and Italy suggested that the Reds hierarchy had sounded out the former Real Madrid boss, but it appears that the club remain loyal to Rodgers.
The Reds chief has endured a tricky time on Merseyside of late. After only managing to secure a sixth place position in the Premier League last term, the Anfield outfit have gained just eight points from their opening six fixtures this term.
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With Liverpool currently sitting in 13th place in England's elite division, Rodgers has come in for a great deal of criticism.
Unsurprisingly, the available duo of Ancelotti and Jurgen Klopp have been mentioned as possible replacements for the Northern Irishman, but it appears that he's not going anywhere anytime soon.
Something must change
Rodgers is safe for now, but things must improve in the immediate future. After a woeful 2014/15 campaign, the former Swansea boss changed the dynamics of his squad throughout the course of the summer.
A number of players have been added to the club's ranks, but they still appear to be in a period of transition. But there has to come to a point when it all clicks into gear. In Philippe Coutinho, Adam Lallana, Christian Benteke and co., Rodgers has a number of talented players at his disposal.
With a number of testing games on the horizon, Rodgers' side must climb the league sooner rather than later.
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