Klopp bomb of the market: he can arrive in Serie A. Liverpool in black crisis

Klopp, crisi nera del Liverpool in the Premier League

Jurgen Klopp will close his adventure at the end of the season Liverpool (who saw the team win the Champions and Premier League)? The rumor about a farewell of the German coach turns: i Reds they are experiencing a moment of crisis. The defeat at Anfield against Fulham third from bottom in the standings is the last episode of a streak that sees 6 games lost in Premier League. Liverpool are eighth with 42 points: zero chance of comeback to win the title (Manchester City at 65 points), while the Champions area must be recovered (Chelsea fourth at 47 but with one game less). Even the Kloppout: some fans are asking for the ex-Borussia Dortmund manager to be sacked or at least to say goodbye at the end of the season (and there is someone who invokes the former idol Reds, Steven Gerrard, currently at Rangers Glasgow, as his successor).

Klopp, Real Madrid and Juventus at the window if the manager leaves Liverpool

The farewell of Klopp al Liverpool opens the way to the great European clubs for his possible engagement. According to ‘fichajes.net’, there are two companies in the running. First of all the Real Madrid: Florentino Perez has his name on the agenda if at the end of the season he decides to divorce with Zinedine Zidane (rumor that has been around for weeks). Secondly also the Juventus. At this time the position of Andrea Pirlo is not in question, but the results that the Juventus team will get in Champions League and in championship (with Inter that could snatch the Scudetto from the Bianconeri after nine consecutive titles won with Antonio Conte, Massimiliano Allegri and Maurizio Sarri on the bench) they will clearly be decisive in the assessment that the Turin club will make on the Maestro’s work in his first season as Juventus coach.

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