Liverpool: Klopp says ‘come and get me’ but only if you change
Is the next Liverpool manager to be Jurgen Klopp? If it is then changes will need to be made says the Daily Mail:
Klopp will only take Liverpool job if transfer committee is scrapped
Joe Bernstein writes:
Jurgen Klopp would demand the end of Liverpool’s transfer committee if he is to succeed Brendan Rodgers as Liverpool manager.
That’s not exactly new news is it. Back in May, the Metro said the same thing:
The German would demand FSG remove the current four-man committee that decide which players Liverpool decide to buy or sell, leaving Klopp himself to have more influence on the club’s transfer targets.
But is that even correct? In August Klopp said he wasn’t keen on doing transfers:
“The Premier League is very exciting. And we do not only think about the top four because there are some other great clubs below them. 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.”
But none of it matters because Liverpool don’t want Klopp. talkSport told us that:
Such are the facts in the mainstream media.