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Possible replacement for Jurgen Klopp has been identified



Liverpool FC believe Bayern manager Julian Nagelsmann will be the ideal replacement for Jurgen Klopp.

According to Caught Offside, Liverpool are considering appointing Julian Nagelsmann as their new manager. This means that Klopp could well bid farewell to the club.

Brendan Rodgers was replaced by Klopp as Liverpool manager at the end of 2015. Since then we have grown into a European giant.

Under German tactics in that period, the Reds captured all the important trophies.
But this season has been a complete and utter bust. Furthermore, Liverpool appear to be a team that was not prepared for what was to come during the year. Furthermore, there were problems ranging from injuries to disappointing results.

Julian Nagelsmann is seen as the man to usher in a new era at Liverpool

Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann has been tipped as the ideal man to replace Jurgen Klopp should he leave Liverpool, as he believed the 35-year-old would seize the opportunity to move up to the Premier League. The club’s inability to sign a top midfielder is the main target of fan discontent. Most of us have long witnessed the decline of Jordan Henderson and the lack of competition from Fabinho Tavares has weakened us in defensive midfield.

To say the least, the Brazilian midfielder hasn’t been as outstanding as in previous seasons. Thiago Alcantara, Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain have all struggled with injuries and given his age, James Milner cannot be counted on to put in a weekly effort.

Although Stefan Bajcetic has surprised everyone this season, we shouldn’t expect too much for the young Spaniard. Klopp hasn’t openly expressed his displeasure with his side’s inability to sign elite midfielders.

He admitted that Real Madrid beat them for Aurelien Tchouameni but that was about it. Aside from the fact that fans may feel like he’s remained silent given our underinvestment in midfield, Klopp really isn’t at fault in this situation.

Let’s get him some great players in the middle of the park this summer and we’ll see how he does business.

Nagelsmann, 35, is smart. Moreover, he’s someone Klopp would know given his connection to German football.
But it’s time to show your support and not look for replacements.