Jurgen Klopp is keen to take over as Liverpool manager, on the condition he is in full control of the club’s transfer proceedings, according to reports in the Daily Mail.
The former Borussia Dortmund boss has been heavily touted as the man the Anfield outfit will turn to should they choose to sack current boss Brendan Rodgers.
It is reported that the 48-year old tactician is interested in managing one of Europe’s traditionally big clubs, but only if he is the unanimous choice from within.
Rodgers revealed how he is ‘pretty confident there is a group of people don’t want me here as manager’, after his Reds side beat Aston Villa 3-2.
Reports go on to suggest that Klopp would demand the disbanding of the Merseysiders’ infamous transfer committee currently in play.
The committee are reported to have rejected Rodgers’ wish to sign Swansea defender Ashley Williams – deemed too old and not glamorous enough – and pressed the failed signing of Mario Balotelli on him.
Klopp won two Bundesliga titles while in Germany, and led the club to 2013 Champions League final.