What Klopp Said When Asked If He Would Like To Manage Paul Pogba

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The Premier League season is not even halfway there so far, but there are a few things that have come out as a certainty already.

Manchester City and Liverpool will be challenging for the title, Arsenal have found the right man in Unai Emery and Manchester United are heading absolutely nowhere.

The Red Devils are having a campaign to forget as the title is already out of reach and top 4 is also becoming a feat too tough to dream about.

The major reason that has brought the downfall of United has been the poor management style by Jose Mourinho and the inability to let Paul Pogba show the highs of his footballing talents.

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The team now face their toughest test of the season as they travel to Anfield on the weekend, to face Klopp’s side, who sit pretty on top of the table. The Liverpool manager was showered with questions ahead of the massive fixture and his answers were interesting to say the least.

When asked about how he would feel on the possibility of managing a player like Pogba, he said, “You know better than I if I give an answer to that question.”

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He also added, “So no answer to that question. If you can make a story with that too that would be cool, Klopp denies an answer.”

The German further silenced one and all by saying, “Did someone ask Jose Mourinho about what he thought about players from our team? Did someone ask him about Georginio Wijnaldum? I’m 100% sure they did not.

“Paul Pogba is a world class player that’s all I can say, he is a Manchester United player that’s all. I think we should prepare for him as well.”