New Delhi: Premier League, Anfield and Liverpool are collectively a dream scenario for any manager. Jurgen Klopp has an exciting journey ahead if he ends up in Merseyside, with negotiations going on in full swing with the Reds.
If reports are to be believed, Klopp would be presented as Liverpool manager by end of this week. The former Borussia Dortmund manager will replace Brendan Rodgers who was sacked this week, after three and a half years in charge.
Klopp has been backed by every section of the football world to be a success at Liverpool. What is more interesting is that he could also be the right person to get back the club amongst Europe's elite.
Fenway Sports Group, who own Liverpool wanted the German long back and finally they have presented themselves with a chance to see Klopp donning the coach's role.
Here are some of the reasons that could see Klopp be a success at Liverpool.
Klopp has a terrific personality: The German's emotional connection with the game and players brings out a perfect combination on the pitch which transists into results. Atmosphere in Anfield has similarities with Dortmund.
Klopp has the credentials: The manager won two Bundesliga titles with Dortmund and has been in a Champions League final. His seven years with the 'Yellow Submarine' was a match that had managed to win hearts everywhere.
Klopp could re-build Liverpool: Brendan Rodgers said the club are in a transition phase and rightly so Klopp looks like an ideal candidate to work with the players available and youngsters. He could turn them into something big. He has done the same in Ruhr Valley.
Klopp will attract world-class players: This is where Liverpool failed under Rodgers who couldn't get the best players in the transfer market despite spending huge. Klopp is renowned and top players would love to work under him.
European pedigree: Klopp knows what needs to be done in Europe. He has won some big matches with Dortmund in the Champions League and fans want the Reds to have those special nights back in Anfield. Klopp's charm suits those starry nights.