According to a report claim that Jurgen Klopp to demand transfer overhaul if appointed Liverpool manager
Jurgen Klopp would only take over from Brendan Rodgers as Liverpool manager if the club’s transfer committee setup was dismantled.
According to the Mail‘s Joe Bernstein, who suggests that Klopp would be interested in the role, but only if his stipulations were met by Liverpool owners.
Brendan Rodgers has suggested his recent struggles have been down to a lack of quality in the Liverpool squad, telling reporters: “If you give me the tools, I’ll do the work.”
Brendan Rodgers is under pressure but he claim that he will pick up and start wining goals has a Liverpool manager. The Liverpool fans sees Rodger to be sack.
Jurgen Klopp has been heavily linked with Rodgers’ job, with the Daily Mail having reported that the former Borussia Dortmund boss would want the club’s transfer committee to be scrapped if he were to take charge.
“The German tactician has also made it clear he would only be interested in ending his sabbatical by taking a job at Anfield if he is a unanimous choice rather than just elements within the club.
He later continues: “The former Borussia Dortmund manager is open to the idea of managing one of Europe’s traditional big clubs but only on his terms.”
According to the previews report claim, FSG had been “warned against hiring” Klopp.
Klopp’s perceived demands are likely based on common-sense assumptions, but the German has history of working within a different transfer setup at Borussia Dortmund.
Jurgen Klopp To Demand Transfer Overhaul if appointed Liverpool manager
This situation suits Klopp, as his agent explained in June:
In Germany there is a clear separation between manager and sporting director and I think in principle this is very good.
Jürgen does not like to speak to players’ agents or to carry out a transfer.
So we have to see which is the most useful arrangement.
Though a director of football setup would be FSG’s preferred approach to the transfer market, the mistakes of Damien Comolli under John W. Henry and Tom Werner at Liverpool should serve as a warning sign.
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