Mario Gotze has just made the atmosphere hot again when his claim claims to be ready to land at Liverpool. The former Bayern Munich player added that he had established personal and serious contact with Jurgen Klopp.
Klopp in Gotze’s eyes is not a stranger, but the German coach is a figure who has contributed to the development of his career with Dortmund in the 2009 season. In collaboration with Klopp, Gotze produced a total of 116 appearances and scored 31 goals in all competitions.
Klopp finally arrived at a new round, where he docked to Bayern Munich and Klopp himself landed at Liverpool. The latest issue said that Gotze was interested in moving closer to Anfield. More convincing is Gotze’s claim, which claims to have sought approval from Klopp.
“Klopp is so close to me, he knows that I want to leave Munich. Of course, we talked. He knows me very well and I’m always looking for new challenges. Talks often occur between me and him. He took me to the first team when I was 17 years old and he made everything possible. We never stop talking, “said Gotze.
Gotze added that if he had collaborated with the two best coaches in the world, they were Klopp and Josep Pep Guardiola who are currently fighting in the hunt for the Premier League title this season. When you get the question who is the best, Gotze can only laugh.
“Difficult comparisons, they have different philosophies. The fact is that both of them are very successful. It’s nice to have worked with these two extraordinary coaches. I want to watch the match between the two teams as often as possible, the Premier League title competition is very interesting,” Gotze concluded.
Apart from the English Premier League, Gotze is now also struggling to lift the big name Dortmund in the German Bundesliga. Where they are struggling to secure the top of the standings with a two-point advantage from Bayern Munich who are ranked 2nd.
This weekend, Bayern Munich vs. Dortmund can be said to be the determinant of which team will emerge as German Bundesliga champions this season.