Neither Real Madrid nor Barcelona: Jürgen Klopp surprised by saying where he would coach in SpainThe German confessed which La Liga team he would like to coach
Liverpool's one of the best teams in all of Europe. With a showy and high-level game, the Reds are making their mark in both the Premier League and the Champions League, two tournaments that with Jürgen Klopp as coach won the team. For this reason, his name appeared on more than one occasion to lead Barcelona, Real Madrid or Atlético Madrid, the three most powerful teams in Spain. And in the press conference prior to the Champions League match against Merengue, the coach was asked which team he would like to lead from that country and his response surprised everyone.
"I don't have time and my Spanish is very bad. I only know how to order a beer and I couldn't go very far. Maybe Mallorca, to live there; that climate...", said the German coach at a press conference.
When talking about whether it is a rematch with respect to what happened in the 2018 final, the coach said that "my motivation is maximum but it has nothing to do with 2018. I remember the game. By the way, if they had asked me a question. month later if I would invite Ramos to my 60th birthday... I would have said no. I didn't like what happened that night, it was strange, but we can't bring that feeling of anger. Now we want to show how good we are and that we can get through to the next round".
For his part, when asked if his team has anything to prove, he commented that "I don't have to show how good we're, but I do have to show the fans who know how to fight. I don't care what is said. It's about getting the most out of it. of this season in the final part. We're still in the fight, at home and in Europe. They're also in a good moment, despite Ramos's injury".