Jurgen Klopp’s future Liverpool exit to join Bayern Munich analysed by Rafa Honigstein

Jurgen Klopp’s future Liverpool exit to join Bayern Munich analysed by Rafa Honigstein


Bayern Munich vs Liverpool

The start of the Champions League last-16 has revved up analysis of Bayern Munich’s tie with Liverpool.

Liverpool will host the Bavarians at Anfield on February 19. The return leg at the Allianz Arena is on March 13.

Liverpool are joint-top of the Premier League, only behind Man City on goal difference.

Bayern are second in the Bundesliga behind Borussia Dortmund. The Bavarians are five points behind BVB.

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool contract extension

This week German newspaper AZ have interviewed journalist Rafa Honigstein to gain insight on Liverpool.

Rafa Honigstein has authored the book ‘Bring the Noise: The Jürgen Klopp Story’ about how Liverpool signed the German.

According to Honigstein, while Klopp is out of contract at Anfield in 2022, he believes the manager will agree a new deal:

Klopp is totally happy at Liverpool and the club is totally happy with him. I think that he will renew his contract beyond 2022. 

Regardless of whether (Liverpool) become champions or Champions League winners, he will extend to 99.9 percent.

Could he join Bayern Munich

The story goes that in 2008, Bayern could have appointed Klopp.

Instead they chose to name Jurgen Klinsmann as their manager instead.

Could Klopp end up at Bayern after his spell at Liverpool finishes? Honigstein commented:

Bayern would have liked Klopp, even in the aftermath and probably still today.

(If Klopp signs new Liverpool deal), that does not mean that he will never go to Bayern. Klopp says for logical reasons alone, Bayern is one of the best clubs in the world. 

He is flexible and ambitious enough to think about this opportunity if there is another opportunity.

Also see: Bayern Munich’s secret weapon vs Liverpool identified by Sport Bild.

Ashley Young reacts badly to suggestions Liverpool are a bigger club than Man United.

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February 13, 2019 at 05:04AM


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