Barcelona considering Liverpool raid that would be even more damaging than Suarez or Coutinho

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Barcelona are reportedly considering a number of options to become their new manager, including Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp.

The Catalan giants are in a pretty dire situation at the moment under Ronald Koeman, who has inherited a tough job, but who is also arguably not doing enough with the squad he has at his disposal.

One imagines someone like Klopp could get a lot more out of this Barcelona team, and El Nacional suggest he’s one of the names on the radar of club president Joan Laporta.

It remains to be seen if Klopp would be tempted to swap Anfield for the Nou Camp right now, as it arguably doesn’t look like the tempting job it once would have been.

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El Nacional also name Pep Guardiola, Erik tan Hag and former Barca midfielder Xavi Hernandez as potential candidates to replace Koeman.

Liverpool fans will no doubt hope that the club can do everything in its power to keep Klopp, whose influence since taking over has been enormous.

Barcelona notably raided Liverpool for star players like Luis Suarez and Philippe Coutinho in the last decade, and both those deals were a big blow for the Merseyside giants at the time, though Klopp would surely be even harder to replace.

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  1. They’ll never learn common sense,,,instead of considering bringing Guardiola back who understands the Barca system, you’re thinking of Klopp and if he fails so you can brand him a failure,,,,cheap club Barcelona 😂

  2. You’ve got it wrong, the Coutinho deal didn’t damage the team at all, in fact is was a blessing in disguise.

    We got Virgil and Alisson with the Coutinho money, then went on to win CL and the Prem. It was Coutinho that needed Liverpool, not the other way around.

    Those times are over for Barca, the only thing they can offer now is nice weather.

  3. If he thinks he’s working in tight financial circumstances at Anfield, a club over €1billion in debt would make FSG look spendthrift.

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