Frank de Boer, after being touted as Liverpool's newest target, has since turned down the prospect of managing the club.
Current Ajax manager, de Boer commented to Dutch newspaper, De Telegraaf
"In Amsterdam we are on a new path and, along with the club and Wim Jonk and Dennis Bergkamp, my colleagues in the technical heart, I want to bring good things. That's why I will stay loyal to Ajax in the coming years."
The former Aax, Barcelona and Rangers player had been 33/1 before today to takeover at Anfield but as the story broke of Liverpool's intended approach his odds tumbled to 3/1. With this latest piece of news De Boer's price has started to move back out and now stands at 11/2.
Andre Villas-Boas remains the favourite for the job but after going to as short as 8/13 yesterday AVB's odds have also lengthened this morning, now standing at 9/4. Roberto Martinez is another man Liverpool owners have approached regarding the vacant role but the current Wigan manager has also moved out in the betting, having been down to 6/4 yesterday his price is now at 7/2.
Also in the market is Rafa Benitez who led Liverpool to the Champions League in his previous spell at the club. Currenly unemployed, Benitez is fourth favourite at 12/1 although the Spaniard was 6/1 earlier this morning which suggests his reappointment is unlikely - although with the constant fluctuations it may be wise not to read too much into the movement.
Fabio Capello and Pep Guardiola would bring much trophy-winning experience as well as no compensation payments given they are also without jobs but neitehr seems enthusiastic about the sizeable task of repairing Liverpool's reputation. Other names that have been mentioned include Frank Rijkaard, Didier Deschamps, Paul Lamber and Brendan Rodgers although the latter pair seem content to stay at their respective clubs. See all the betting below in an ever changing market.