Jurgen Klopp would be a ‘huge loss’ to the Premier League if he left Liverpool, and he needs to ‘regenerate like Doctor Who’.
That’s according to talkSPORT host Simon Jordan, who has backed the Reds boss despite the two not always seeing eye-to-eye.
Klopp once said he ‘wasn’t a fan’ of the outspoken former Crystal Palace owner, even though he ‘sometimes shares his opinion’.
Jordan responded with a laugh saying ‘I’m now a massive advocate of Manchester City’ but in truth, he doesn’t want the German to depart England even with his side currently struggling.
Liverpool could be as many as 14 points off the top of the league if they lose to Arsenal on Sunday – winning just two of their seven Premier League games – while a 4-1 Champions League humbling from Napoli further complicated matters.
Klopp signed a two-year contract extension in April until 2026 at a club he took from outside of Europe to Champions League and Premier League honours.
That hasn’t stopped the rumours though, but Jordan is confident he can find a way through the current struggles.
“Jurgen Klopp is an outstanding manager,” he said. “I don’t always concur with his views as apparently he doesn’t always concur with mine.