Pep Guardiola gives his verdict on the future of Jurgen Klopp after leaving Liverpool

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola talks about what he thinks Jurgen Klopp will do after leaving Liverpool. The rivalry between the Pep and Klopp dates back to their time in the Bundesliga when Guardiola was leading Bayern Munich while Jurgen was managing Borussia Dortmund.

It was a sad day for the Reds yesterday. Klopp confirmed he will be stepping down as Liverpool’s manager at the end of the season, and this was something nobody saw coming. Although it was a shocker for Guardiola as well, he believes that the German will be back in management one day.

Jurgen Klopp has been one of the greatest manager in the history of Liverpool. He took the charge of the club when they were in shambles. Since then, he has won every possible trophy for the Merseyside club in his 8 years tenure. Klopp revealed yesterday that he has ran out of energy. He needs a break and we’re sure everyone will agree he deserves one after everything he has done at Liverpool over the years. The Manchester City boss told ITV,

“I am a little bit (surprised). He’s an absolutely incredible manager and I don’t know him closely, but I think he’s an incredible person as well. I have the feeling that when at the end of this season he’s leaving, a part of us too at Man City is leaving too. He will be missed. Personally, I will miss him. I am a little bit pleased because without him I will sleep a little bit better the nights before we play against Liverpool! But, I wish him all the best. He doesn’t admit it, but he will be back!”

Liverpool fans will hope to see Klopp again as per Pep Guardiola’s view

Jurgen Klopp leaving the club is not only a loss for Liverpool but also for Premier League. The German may have been annoying for certain fanbases but everyone will admit he is one of the best the country has ever seen. The 56-year-old is an icon of the game, and football needs managers like him. We hope Guardiola is right and Klopp will be back sooner or later.

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