Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich are keeping a close eye on Jurgen Klopp’s progress at Liverpool and will make a move for the German trainer once Carlo Ancelotti’s time at the Bavarian club is done, according to The Express.
The former Borussia Dortmund trainer moved to Anfield last season and has slowly made a telling difference at the Merseyside club.
A summer of recruitment by the Reds has led to scintillating start to the new season under Klopp, with a 5-1 win over Hull City on Saturday reiterating the side’s potential to put forward a Premier League title challenge this season.
Klopp battled against Bayern for years and had to watch on as two of his key players, Robert Lewandowski and Mario Gotze, left the Ruhr Valley to join their bitter Bundesliga rivals.
Whether the German trainer would be willing to move to the Allianz Arena remains to be seen, but Liverpool should be aware that their trainer will surely be in demand in the near future as his exploits at Anfield become clear.