Jurgen Klopp Arrives England, Could Be Unveiled As Liverpool Manager

Former Borussia Dortmund gaffer Jurgen Klopp is off to England to hold talks with a number of Premier League clubs including the likes of Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United, so say the Express.

Klopp has been without a job after leaving the managerial post at the Westfalenstadion last season, with the German boss massively linked to Liverpool amid speculation of Brendan Rodgers’ sack following poor performances this season.

The Express is now citing The Sun who revealed that Klopp has considered returning from his football sabbatical, should an offer arrive for him.

“He’ll only come back for the right opportunity from a club like Liverpool and that means looking at everything about the club to see if he can work there,” a source told The Sun.

“It does not have to be a Champions League club, but must be the right club with the right energy.

His plans are set for the next couple of months, yet if something special happened, he could consider it.

“He has spent some time off watching Premier League DVDs as well as Bundesliga actions.”

And now German outlet SportBild revealed that Klopp will jet into England this week to hold talks with a number of unspecified clubs.

Manchester United could be a possible destination for Klopp, as Louis van Gaal will reportedly be retiring from management when his contract at Old Trafford runs out in 2017.

Speculation have also been rife about the positions of the previously secure managerial roles at Chelsea and Arsenal, with Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger under threats after their side’s poor performances this term.

The Blues’ title defence is in tatters after securing just two wins in their first seven league games this term, while the Gunners have lost their opening two Champions League games for the first time ever.

There is growing unrest surrounding Wenger’s future at the Emirates as he failed to secure any outfield player signing during the summer despite having enough in the war-chest.

Although Klopp has not yet revealed his future plans and may hold out for the Bayern Munich managerial position, should Pep Guardiola leave the Allianz Arena.

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