Liverpool's Kenny Dalglish Offered Two-Year Managerial Deal - Report

Liverpool are believed to have offered Kenny Dalglish a two-year contract to become their manager on a permanent basis, although the Scot was hoping for a contract twice that length.

Dalglish was brought in after the departure of Roy Hodgson, who was asked to leave after a poor set of results coupled with a difficult relationship with the fans.

The appointment of the former Celtic boss has since breathed new life into the club, with the Merseysiders still in the Europa League and now, flushed with the success of a recent 3-1 victory over arch-rivals Manchester United, targeting at least another Europa League campaign next season.

The Express reports that the club's owners have been impressed enough to offer Dalglish a two-year deal to prolong his tenure as boss - though it is also reported that the 60-year-old wanted a four-year contract instead, and is now looking for a solid financial package to compensate for the shorter contract length.

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