We meant at Liverpool when we wished we had seen Jurgen Klopp and Luis Suarez work together.
Barcelona have reportedly eyed up Klopp as a potential replacement for current manager Luis Enrique, who is expected to leave the Nou Camp after coming under-pressure over his side’s stuttering season.
“Enrique has been branded an under achiever following Barca’s 4-0 Champions League humbling last week against Paris Saint-Germain,” the Mirror reported.
“Klopp is on an extensive list of preferred replacements – and one which includes his Merseyside neighbour, Everton manager Ronald Koeman.”
The Spanish side are believed to be attracted to the explosive and free-flowing attacking football Klopp has implemented at Liverpool that saw the players enjoy such an exciting and dominant start to the season.
Turning down Barcelona is a tough call for any coach but we are confident the German will demonstrate his loyalty to our club and dedicate his immediate future to seeing out the long-term project he has started on Merseyside.
He isn’t one to leave a job unfinished and there is still a lot of work to be done at Anfield to take the club to where the manager and the fans want it to be.
His interviews and press conferences combined with the squad he has constructed and his transfer targets, designed to bring success to the club in the future, have given supporters enough to believe he will be going nowhere, no matter who comes calling.