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Klopp will 'only take over if transfer committee is scrapped'

Jurgen Klopp will reportedly only agree to become Liverpool manager if he is given assurances that the club's transfer committee will be scrapped.

The Daily Mail also claim Klopp wants to be given the unanimous support of the Anfield board before agreeing to replace Brendan Rodgers.

Klopp, 48, and Carlo Ancelotti, 56, are the two candidates currently being linked with the Rodgers' job.

Former FSV Mainz star Klopp is currently taking a sabbatical after standing down as Borussia Dortmund manager in the summer.

Brendan Rodgers insists he is still hungry for success at Liverpool and vowed to get past the "frenzy" surrounding his future.

Pressure was eased slightly following the 3-2 win over Aston Villa on Saturday, as Daniel Sturridge scored a brace on his return to action at Anfield.

After the match, Rodgers responded to what he believes is a campaign to get him sacked - and claimed the scrutiny of life at Liverpool is greater than at any other club, report the Liverpool Echo .

However, he reiterated his determination to remain in the job and transform his Anfield reign.

“There has been a frenzy, there is no doubt about that, to get me out of here,” Rodgers said. "Whether that’s a Liverpool hysteria or a big club hysteria, I am not so sure. The scrutiny here is obviously greater, for me, than at any club.

“It is a huge club and as a manager you know that and deal with it."

Martin Skrtel says Danny Ings is willing to go the extra mile for Liverpool.

The former Burnley frontman has scored twice in six games for his new club since moving to Anfield in the summer, report the Liverpool Echo .

Ings opened his account within minutes of coming on in the draw against Norwich earlier this month before finding the net in the Capital One Cup win over Carlisle in midweek.

“I know he didn’t score (against Liverpool last season) but facing him was tough, really tough,” Skrtel said. "I remember how he never stopped running and moving.

“If you switched off for even a second he was gone and he’s been the same in training here. I’m glad he’s with us now.

“The amount of work he puts in every day is huge and I’m hoping he can score lots of goals this season.”

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