Liverpool chief executive Ian Ayre to step down early in club restructure

• Ian Ayre will leave at the end of February after 10 years at Anfield
• New Liverpool CEO will have less direct involvement in football matters

The Liverpool chief executive, Ian Ayre, will leave the club at the end of this month as part of a management restructure in which his replacement will installed in the summer.

Ayre, who has spent 10 years at Anfield, was due to depart at the end of the season but having prepared the way for his successor and with Michael Edwards appointed as sporting director he has decided to go at the end of February. The 53-year-old is to become sporting director at TSV 1860 Munich but will take a break from football before starting with the Bundesliga 2 club.

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