The Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has said that there is no rift between him and the owners of the club as reported by the media. according to a Liverpool fanzine.
It has been reported in the last few days that the Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is extremely furious with the Liverpool owners after they decide to let the striker Andy Carroll leave on a season long loan deal. However, the club did not secure a replacement for the former Newcastle United striker. They were in advanced negotiations with Fulham over the purchase of the 29-year-old Clint Dempsey, but they were not able to agree a fee with the London club for the American International.
In the end, Clinton Dempsey has left for Tottenham in a £ 5 million deal. This has left Liverpool with only two strikers in the form of Luis Suarez and Fabio Borini for the next six months. This has not pleased that the manager Brendan Rodgers, who has openly said that he would not have let Andy Carroll leave the club if he knew that there will not be a replacement arriving. However, he has said that the rumours of a rift between him and the owners are extremely wide of the mark.
“I’ve had long conversations with the owners. I’ve got to say they have been very honest and very up front right from the off. I came here first and foremost because of the owners. I felt a genuine honesty in their approach to it and in how they wanted to go forward with the football club. Of course the window didn’t quite go to plan but going forward a great deal of learning has taken place. Every manager always wants more players,” said Brendan Rodgers about the transfer policy of the club in the deadline day of this transfer window.