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Barcelona FC finally makes a clear appeal for a new manager and Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp hit back response

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It’s no secret that Jurgen Klopp wants to leave Liverpool at the end of the current season. Xavi’s choice to quit as Barcelona manager is also not a surprise.

It’s no secret that Jurgen Klopp wants to leave Liverpool at the end of the current season. Xavi’s choice to quit as Barcelona manager is also not a surprise.

It looks like Xavi’s mental health has gotten worse, and he can’t get help from his teammates anymore, even though the German decided to take a vacation to improve his health.

Barcelona FC finally makes a clear appeal for a new manager and Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp hit back response

Real Madrid is eight points ahead of Barcelona at the top of the Premier League, where Liverpool is currently in first place.

In his video message to Liverpool fans, Klopp made it clear that he needs a year off from football to “recharge the batteries.”

Even so, Joan Laporta, the president of Barcelona, still wants to see the German in charge for the next season.

Through Football Espana, Catalunya Radio says that the top teams in the Spanish league already have a plan.

Whatever amount of money Laporta is ready to offer or even if the president calls Klopp, the answer will always be the same: a strong “no.”

He really wants to take a year or more off from the game to spend more time with his family and wife.

Liverpool at the end of this season, and Xavi’s choice to quit as Barcelona’s manager is also not a surprise.

Chris Sutton says, “I have to admit,” speaking to the Liverpool player who has shown him wrong so far this season.

One of Liverpool’s players this season has shown Chris Sutton that he was completely wrong when he said that the 32-year-old was past his prime.

Jurgen Klopp’s team is still having trouble on all four fronts this season, and Virgil Van Dijk has been a big part of the Reds’ good play.

The Dutchman took over as captain after Jordan Henderson left for Saudi Arabia in the summer, and the center back has since done a great job.

The Premier League has seen the fewest goals scored against so far this year (18), and Sutton admits that his worries about the Dutch player were unfounded.

On BBC Football Daily, the former Celtic striker said, “I have to admit, I wondered whether he could get back to his imperious best as a defender after the injury” (via Rousing The Kop). I used to think he was the best defender in the world. I just thought he might have lost a yard or something. He might not have felt like the same player, and his confidence might have been a little low.

I think he has gotten better and better as the season has gone on, though. Of course, he always kind of takesI think he has gotten better and better as the season has gone on, though. He always seems to be the only one carrying the load, but Liverpool will be pleased.

Van Dijk’s serious knee injury from a few years ago took some time to heal, but now he’s showing why so many people think he’s the best defender in the world.

There’s a reason why Klopp’s team is playing so well right now—our No. 4 is also playing very well—because of how intimidating he is in the back line, which makes players nervous.

Since he is captain of Liverpool, he would love to win some awards for setting a great standard this season.

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