​It looks as though Brendan Rodgers' increasingly tortured spell in charge of Liverpool is set to come to an end after a Bosnian news outlet claimed that Jurgen Klopp had agreed to take the job.

Pravdabl are claiming that former Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp, and Bosnian coach Zeljko Buvac, have agreed to take over at Liverpool. That’s signed, sealed and delivered.

The pair are rumoured to have agreed three year deals to join Anfield, but no further details regarding the contracts for Klopp and Buvac were disclosed.

Although the credibility of Pravdabl as a news source can be debated, the noise about Rodgers' supposed departure from Anfield is getting louder and louder and it's becoming nigh-impossible to ignore the reality that he will probably be gone before long. 

Klopp guided Dortmund to two Bundesliga titles and a Champions League final during his time at the club and is regarded as one of the finest coaches in Europe. 

The Liverpool owners may be attracted to Klopp for his track record in taking a young side, building and turning them into champions. That is exactly what Rodgers has been attempting to do at Anfield for three years now but has so far come up short. 

Reports on Sunday also claimed that Rodgers could be sacked if he loses the Merseyside derby to Everton so don't be all that surprised if the Klopp rumours continues to gather pace in the coming days.