Jurgen Klopp will leave Borussia Dortmund this summer. However, his next destination is still very much up for debate.
Jurgen Klopp to leave Borussia Dortmund this summer
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The 47-year-old has been with the German giants since 2008, but a press conference today confirmed he will depart on June 30th after seven seasons at Signal Iduna Park. His time at the club as seen him win two Bundesliga titles and the German Cup, while he also guided his side to the Champions League final back in 2013.
He was twice named the German Football Manager of the Year and also finished in second place for the FIFA World Coach of the Year award in 2013. He’s won 175 of his 309 games in charge and has been linked with a host of Premier League sides in recent years.
With that in mind, it’s worth remembering an interview Klopp gave BT Sport earlier in the season, admitting that he could one day manage in England. The charismatic German coach confirmed that he would be open to a Premier League switch – news which could spark the interest of Manchester City.
Arsenal and Liverpool have also been linked, as the Daily Express reports, but both look likely to stick with their respective bosses.