DEVASTATING NEWS: coming from a reliable source in Liverpool it say that Jurgen Klopp open to leaving Liverpool at the end of the season as Barcelona makes contact. Contact has already been made’ by Barcelona to bring Jurgen Klopp to the club at the end of the season as the pressure continues to pile on Xavi, he said ” I see my time in the Premier League coming to an end. I love Liverpool with all my heart, the fans are always behind they have been my strength but I’m open to a new challenge. the German ‘considers his time in the Premier League to be ending’ and would find the possibility of ‘returning Barcelona to the elite’ as ‘very attractive’.

As the pressure on Xavi mounts, reports in Spain claim that Barcelona has "already made contact" to bring Jurgen Klopp to the team at the end of the season.


Although Klopp’s contract with Liverpool is still valid for three years, the Catalan publication El Nacional claims that the German manager “considers his time in the Premier League to be ending” and finds the prospect of “returning Barcelona to the elite” to be “very attractive.”

With Barcelona currently sitting fourth in La Liga, seven points off the top, and having suffered devastating back-to-back losses to leaders Girona and Antwerp in the Champions League, Xavi has come under more and more scrutiny in recent weeks.

The Barcelona manager’s status is deemed critical, and there has reportedly been talk of his termination in the event that the team’s performance continues to deteriorate. Klopp is regarded as president Joan Laporta’s “favourite.”

Barca is reportedly interested in Girona manager Michel as well as Las Palmas boss Javier Garcia Pimienta. If Xavi were fired, Rafa Marquez, the coach of the “B” team, would probably take over until the end of the season.

Already evident is Klopp’s “revolution” in transfers at Barcelona
Even though there isn’t a formal approach yet, Klopp’s strategy should he take over appears to have been discovered by El Nacional, as the Liverpool manager called for a “revolution” in the locker room.

“Stars who do not contribute anything,” like Robert Lewandowski and Ilkay Gundogan, Klopp would be eager to keep Robert Lewandowski, but “stars who do not contribute anything” like Sergi Roberto, Oriol Romeu, Marcos Alonso, Raphinha, and Ferran Torres could be let go.

Additionally, Klopp would target Wilfried Ndidi of Leicester due to Bayern Munich’s high asking price, but Joshua Kimmich would be the preferred defensive midfield player.

Wonderkid Lamine Yamal is viewed by Klopp as a player with the potential to become a “legend,” but if he did take over at the Camp Nou, he might bring Liverpool star Luis Diaz with him or try to sign Savio of Girona.

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