Liverpool Best Options After Klopp Announces Departure

Liverpool Best Options After Klopp Announces Departure
Liverpool Best Options After Klopp Announces Departure

Recently, Jurgen Klopp has announced that he will be leaving Liverpool at the end of the season after nine years in charge and we take a look at the best options for The Reds.

The German manager has turned Liverpool into a side that competes in the English Premier League most seasons and has transferred the style of play at the club, so it will be big boots to fill for whoever is appointed at the end of the term.

Below are the three biggest Coaches to replace Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool.

  1. Xabi Alonso

Xabi Alonso
Xabi Alonso

Xabi Alonso is currently the manager at Bayern Leverkusen and has done a brilliant job with the German side as they currently sit top of the table, ahead of Bayern Munich by two points.

The Liverpool faithful might be keen on Alonso taking over from Klopp, not only because of his success as a manager but also due to playing days at the club as he was a massive fans favourite.

Leverkusen are very much a side that looks to play football out from the back at every opportunity and Alonso priorities defensive stability, with the German side conceding just 14 goals this term, which is the lowest in the Bundesliga.

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2. Roberto De Zerbi

Roberto De Zerbi has taken Brighton & Hove Albion to a new level since joining the club in September 2022, leading the club to European football in the UEFA Europa League for the first time in the club’s history.

The Italian’s style of play has been admired by many, as Brighton play some of the best football in the league, so the next logical step for the 44-year-old would be to take the reign at a top European club such as Liverpool.

De Zerbi has qualities similar to Klopp both on and off the field as his enthusiasm and energy from the side line kicks the team on and gets the crown going, which spurs the players on to give extra for the team.

3. Thomas Frank

Thomas Frank has done an excellent job at Brentford after getting them promoted into the top flight of England and established the Bees as a Premier League side who try to play football the ‘right way’.

Frank might not be the top of Liverpool’s wish list as a replacement for Klopp, but he could be a good option for the Reds as he is an experienced manager who knows the Premier League and what it takes to get results.