Former Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez has spoken out about what is currently going on at Liverpool and the possibility of him returning to manage Liverpool one day.
Speaking at the Soccerex conference in Manchester, Rafa said, “I’m professional and I am looking for a new job. At this time Kenny is the manager and I have a lot of respect for Liverpool.
“No rush. If Kenny retires in 10 years’ time and I am available I would be really pleased.”
Benitez said Liverpool’s greater stability under FSG and Mr. Henry – something he lacked under Tom Hicks and George Gillett – would help Dalglish. “They have to carry on, keep going. He has the support of the owners and that is the key thing if they want to do things in the future,” the Spaniard said. “The bad thing [at the end of Benitez’s time at Liverpool] is that the owners were not the right owners. You could see things were changing and we had less money. But Kenny has the owners and that is really positive.”