Who will he prefer for his new club? Klopp chose between Messi and Cristiano

The German coach left Liverpool, but he is clear about what he wants.

He chose between them.

This Friday the world soccer was shocked by the unexpected news of Jürgen Klopp's departure from Liverpool. The German manager informed through a video that he has made the decision to leave the English side after the end of the current season 2023/24, ending a successful 9-year stint. He had arrived there in 2015, after excelling with Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga, and quickly managed to bring his style to The Reds, who have since won every title in existence.

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In his last semester, the coach will try to be champion in four more tournaments. In the Premier League Liverpool are the sole leaders, while in the Carabao Cup they are finalists and will face Chelsea in the decisive match. In addition, this weekend they will seek to qualify for the round of 16 of the FA Cup against Norwich City, while in the UEFA Europa League they still do not know their rivals in the knock-out stages.

Once the season is over, Klopp will surely take a break of several months before starting a new challenge at another club. He will certainly not be short of offers, as he has earned enough prestige to manage the best teams in the world. And he will have the opportunity to choose top-level stars to join the squad.

In that case, he could be faced with the dilemma of having to opt for Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. They have been the most important players in soccer in recent decades and fans have been debating for years about who is better. But Jurgen seems to have it clear.

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He knows who to choose

Some time ago, during an interview, Jürgen Klopp was asked who he considers the greatest player of all time. He began by saying: "My father always told me, whatever people people say in the future, Pele was the best. I met him actually, when I was a pundit at the World Cup in 2006. I'm not the type of guy who gets nervous but I was sweating like crazy in that moment". And then he spoke about the debate between Leo and CR7: "'I have only one selfie on my smartphone. That's with Messi. Cristiano was in the room as well...", implying that he didn't pay much attention to the Portuguese striker.

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