Ex-Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp is set to travel to England to visit interested clubs amid speculation that Liverpool are considering him as a replacement for under pressure boss Brendan Rodgers, according to reports from Bild.
The German tactician has been out of work since leaving BVB at the end of last season, with a year’s sabbatical thought to be his plan.
However, with Rodgers struggling at the helm at Liverpool, links between the charismatic German and the Merseyside club have been bubbling away of late, much to the delight of many Kopites.
And reports claim that Klopp is set to travel to England over the course of the next week where talks with potential suitors could take place.
It’s understood that there have not been official discussions between Liverpool and the former Dortmund manager as of yet, though.