Kenny Dalglish (back) and Brendan Rodgers shake hands before the start of the Liverpool versus Swansea match. Rodgers has replaced Dalglish as the manager of the Anfield club.
Kenny Dalglish (back) and Brendan Rodgers shake hands before the start of the Liverpool versus Swansea match. Rodgers has replaced Dalglish as the manager of the Anfield club. Getty Images

Rodgers a Red

BRENDAN Rodgers is the new manager of Liverpool.

The ex-Swansea City boss has reportedly signed a three-year contract with the Reds - the deal set to be confirmed today.

Rodgers follows the sacked Kenny Dalglish into the Anfield hotseat.

Swansea is negotiating a compensation package with Liverpool, thought to be worth between $7.4m and $8m.



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