Old Trafford side to approach German to fill potential vacant managerial position.
Man United are ready to approach Borussia Dortmund as a potential replacement for David Moyes if the Old Trafford boss fails to secure a top four finish this season according to Football Direct News.
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David Moyes has had a disastrous debut season at Man United and his position as manager of the Premier League side is certainly in jeopardy and a move to bring in Klopp would be a wise one to consider.
Klopp may feel that the chances of overcoming the current domination presided over by Bayern Munich are slim given that the Allianz Arena side have once again raided Borussia Dortmund for their top talents.
Last summer young German international Mario Gotze moved to Bayern Munich and now the club’s top-scorer, Robert Lewandowski, has agreed to join Pep Guardiola’s side on a free transfer this summer.
Klopp may therefore feel it time for a fresh challenge after six seasons in charge North Rhine club.
The 46 year old guided Dortmund to the Bundesliga title in his third season in charge, their first in almost a decade, the following campaign he helped the club to a domestic double and last term took them to the Champions League final.
The former Stuttgart player is certainly considered one of the best young manager’s around and has a proven track record and arguably far more qualified to manage Man United than former Everton boss David Moyes.
Under David Moyes’s guidance Man United have suffered an unprecedented level of failure, losing eight of their opening 26 Premier League fixtures, as a guide that’s already more than Sir Alex Ferguson had lost in each of the past nine completed campaigns.
Man United crashed out of both the FA Cup and the Capital One Cup in the space of a very dark week in January and currently sit in seventh place in the table, some 15 points off the top of the table and 11 points off fourth place Liverpool.
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