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Jurgen Klopp is in deep crisis with Liverpool FC. Another big club seems to want to take advantage of this fact.
Liverpool – Will Jurgen Klopp change clubs again at the age of 55? What seems unimaginable at first glance could become a reality in the summer if things don’t improve for the Reds. According to media reports from England, Real Madrid certainly want to appoint the former coach from Borussia Dortmund as their new coach.
Former BVB coach Jurgen Klopp is asking for a huge job in Madrid in the event of a potential Liverpool exit
British Daily newspaper pass Reports that the president is the first candidate to succeed Carlo Ancelotti at Los Blancos.
The Madridists want to take advantage of the unstable situation at Anfield Road and keep Jurgen Klopp away from Liverpool. It is said that there are already official talks between Real Madrid and Klopp’s representatives.
Former BVB manager Jurgen Klopp finds his job at Liverpool ‘very precarious’
From this it should have been clear that the former BVB coach knows that his position in the LFC is “very fragile”. On the other hand, Carlo Ancelotti is also under tremendous pressure.
In the Spanish League, the capital club is 12 points behind leaders and rivals Barcelona. If they are also eliminated early in the cup semi-final – they also face the Catalans there – or in the Champions League quarter-final against Chelsea, the 63-year-old is likely to be on the brink of elimination.
Former BVB coach Didi Hamann has advised Jürgen Klopp to resign
Although the situation at both clubs could still change dramatically by the end of the season, there is currently little sign of a trend reversal, particularly at Liverpool FC. So TV expert Didi Hamann recently advised Jurgen Klopp to quit.
However, it seems doubtful whether the former Dortmund player would dare a new adventure in the event of separation. Recently, he has repeatedly emphasized that he does not want to work as a football coach forever. In addition, Jürgen Klopp has always been considered a strong candidate for the post of national coach.
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In addition, he recently confirmed that he wants to do everything to get Liverpool FC back on track: “I’m full of it – but we have to fix it. We simply can’t go on like we do now. We have to find a way out,” said the 55-year-old.
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