New Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp claims he is the ‘perfect fit’ for the club – and admits his appointment at Anfield has given him a “good feeling”.
Klopp has taken his first training session at Melwood following his appointment last week and has quickly outlined his Anfield vision to to his Liverpool players.
The German replaced Brendan Rodgers at the Liverpool help last week and the former Borussia Dortmund coach admits managing at Anfield was always a calling in life.
He said: “For me, it’s easy, because I like this club. Maybe there was a big step in my own thinking when I was here (pre-season match with Dortmund in 2014) and saw all these things in the dressing room, on the pitch, and I saw the Kop for the first time. But I had no list – if they call or if they call – I would see what I feel.”
Klopp has also admitted his two sons have an affinity with Liverpool having travelled over to see a game in 2012.
“When FSG for LFC called me, it was a good moment, for me and my family,” he added. “My two sons are crazy about football, they watched a game here when Nuri Sahin was here, against Manchester United (September 2012), they know everything about Liverpool.
“It’s a good feeling for me, I don’t care which other club will fit too, it’s not important.”
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