Feyenoord say final goodbye to Arne Slot as Liverpool move is confirmed

Feyenoord have bid a final goodbye to Arne Slot as the Dutchman prepares succeed Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool

Whilst there has not yet been an official statement from the Reds regarding the appointment of Slot to replace the legendary German at the helm, the Dutchman has already revealed that he is making the move to Merseyside.

"I can confirm that I will become the coach there next season," he said when speaking in his final pre-match press conference in charge of the Eredivisie outfit earlier in the week.

Not for the first time in recent days, Feyenoord have taken to social media to reflect on Slot's imminent departure, this time thanking the 45-year-old  on X (formerly Twitter) for his time at De Kuip in which delivered the Eredivisie title, the KNVB Cup and also reaching the first ever Europa Conference League final.

No Jurgen Klopp-style send off for Arne Slot

Whilst Anfield will be packed to the rafters for Jurgen Klopp's final game in charge, the same can't be said for Arne Slot as he's been denied a similar style send off because much of the Gerard Meijer Tribune - the dedicated home end - will be closed in punishment for the fans’ use of flares in the KNVB Cup semi-final win over Groningen back in February.

An official announcement from both clubs is expected after the season ends, with Feyenoord and Liverpool having agreed a €13m compensation package for Slot's services.

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