Liverpool have confirmed that staff members Sean O’Driscoll, Gary McAllister, Glen Driscoll and Chris Davies have all left the club.

It is expected that Jurgen Klopp, who is the club’s new manager, and will be unveiled in a news conference on Friday, will bring in his own staff members.

Zeljko Buvac and Peter Krawietz, who worked with Klopp during the German’s time at Borussia Dortmund, are reportedly set to form Liverpool’s new management team.

O’Driscoll and McAllister were introduced to the first-team setup after then manager Brendan Rodgers survived an end of season review at the expense of Colin Pascoe and Mike Marsh.

Davies and Driscoll moved to the club in 2012 after Rodgers was newly appointed as manager.

In a statement on the club’s official website, all four men were praised for the ‘professionalism, commitment and dedication’ they showed during their time on Merseyside.

McAllister, who spent two years at Anfield as a player, will remain at the club as an ambassador.

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