The former Borrussia Dortmund tactician Jurgen Klopp has chosen to remain mute over the reports of him taking over the managerial position of Liverpool, as the speculation increases, this is according to Bild (via Goal).
Sequel to the impromptu sack of Brendan Rodgers after Liverpool drew at the Merseyside derby match, the 48-year-old was tipped to take over at Anfield. Apparently, he is yet to make up his mind as to his next career destination.
Klopp has been without job since the April of this year – he left the German outfit on a mutual term on the expiration of his contract. Klopp has been tipped as the frontrunner for the Liverpool job and he has reportedly signed a three-year contract, according to the telegraph.
With the heavily speculation mounting on him, Klopp was asked he would Take over at Liverpool, and he answered:
“There’s nothing to say.
“Neither a definite yes nor a definite no. I’m going home now.”
Klopp was managing Dortmund for seven years before he called it quit with them. He led Dortmund to the Champions League final and to winning two Bundesliga titles and a DFB-Pokal Cup. He is expected to take over at Anfield in the coming days.
Brendan Rodgers left Liverpool in 10th position on the Premier League log and Jorgen Klopp will have to dig deep to turn around the Kop’s season if they appoint him.