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Benitez will talk to board about future

Startbeitrag von Kopite am 06.03.2006 12:26

Auszug aus einem Artikel von Ian Doyle, Daily Post von heute.
Hoffen wir, daß die Klubführung in der Lage ist, Rafa bei der Verstärkung des Teams finanziell mehr zu unterstützen. Ein kurzfristiger Verlust von Rafa würde unseren Klub wohl weit zurückwerfen...

RAFAEL BENITEZ will seek reassurances from the Liverpool board that they will provide the financial backing to help realise his aim of bringing the Premiership title to Anfield.

It emerged over the weekend both Real Madrid and Inter Milan have set their sights on attempting to lure the sought-after Spaniard away from the European Champions.

Benitez has made no secret of his desire to manage at the Bernabeu at some point in his managerial career, while Inter are prepared to double his salary as they strive to end their own championship drought having not won Serie A since 1989.

Benitez isn't interested in improving his own contract and insists he is happy at Anfield. Instead, he wants his own commitment to Liverpool to be matched by that of the club's board.

Both Real and Inter would hand Benitez a huge transfer kitty and, while he doesn't expect Liverpool to bankroll his spending plans to such a degree, it is believed the Spaniard is seeking at least £25million to spend this summer.

Having ended a 21-year wait for European Cup success, Benitez stated at last month's AGM that his target now is for Liverpool to win the championship for the first time since 1990.

Benitez has splashed out almost £25m since the victory in Istanbul - recouping £6.5m through the sale of Milan Baros - and believes only spending the same again this summer can close the gap to Chelsea.

With question marks still hanging over the development of a new Anfield and having thus far failed to attract substantial outside investment, Liverpool are reticent to gamble on the transfer market with so many off-field matters yet undecided.

However, it appears they risk losing their manager should they not have improved financial backing in place by the end of the season.

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