Manchester United should make a summer move for Jurgen Klopp

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Man United or Arsenal… who will he choose?

Date: 15th April 2014 at 6:56pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

The frustration from Jurgen Klopp was clear, storming out of an interview on German channel ZDF after being asked if Dortmund’s hopes in the Champions League were over following the 3-0 first leg loss against Real Madrid. The Borussia Dortmund manager isn’t the only one to feel frustrated with life in German football. Receiving confirmation that he and the club were about to lose Mario Goetze only hours after beating Malaga in the quarter-finals of the European Cup last season was heartbreaking; the fury at losing another star player in Robert Lewandowski a year on to the same domestic rival, Bayern Munich, would have been more than understandable. Bayern’s dominance can be seen as another celebration of the game, an extension of the fantastic dynasty of Pep Guardiola’s Barcelona. From a different perspective, Bayern’s hoovering up of domestic and international silverware, as well as the collating of Germany’s finest talents, means the Bundesliga has taken an incredible hit to its reputation as a growing product to rival the Premier League. It’s a concern because the wealth of Bayern and their marketing reach ... Read More


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