‘I am not a Klopp clone,’ insists Slot as he sets sights on Liverpool title push

New head coach says marginal improvement needed‘Our aim should be that we want to be top of the league’

Arne Slot believes Liverpool need only marginal improvement to win the Premier League and has insisted there is more to his football style than being a clone of Jürgen Klopp.

Liverpool unveiled their new head coach on Friday almost five weeks after he officially started. One reason for the delay was to put distance between Slot and Klopp’s emotional farewell, although the 45-year-old’s predecessor still loomed large over proceedings. Klopp’s name was mentioned 11 times during the press conference – on seven occasions in questions asked by the media – and Slot, while admitting he had “big shoes to fill”, claimed he relished the opportunity to build on his predecessor’s legacy.

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