Rodgers reveals five-year plan to rebuild Liverpool`s `glorious dynasty`
London: Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has reportedly revealed that he has a five year plan to rebuild the club in order to showcase its glories in England and abroad.
Rodgers` plans may reportedly indicate his willingness to stay at the club, although he has yet to get around the negotiating table at Liverpool with his current deal entering its final year this summer.
Rodgers is happily anticipating the thought of nurturing his young squad and watch them grow and develop further, after hopefully lifting Liverpool`s first title for 24 years, the Daily Star reported.
Rodgers said that he is looking five years ahead into his future at Liverpool, adding that he feels valued and absolutely at home at the football club.
Rodgers also said that he came to Liverpool because he hoped it would be a destination rather than just a stop-off, adding that he felt the club had everything one wants as a football manager.
The Liverpool boss also said that he is looking at the expansion of the stadium, adding that imagine Anfield with another 20,000 supporters in it, which would be a positive development.
Rodgers future plans also include young stars such as Raheem Sterling, Jordan Henderson, Jon Flanagan, Joe Allen and England international striker Daniel Sturridge , who the manager feels will be with him all the way over the next five years, the report added
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