In an exclusive interview with Football FanCast, former Derby County manager Paul Jewel believes that the whole situation in the Super League is nonsense and if Jurgen Klopp had left Liverpool, his chances would have been limited.
Liverpool was one of six English clubs to join part of the newly proposed European Super League, but those plans collapsed within 48 hours due to fan unrest and phenomena.
Should Klopp leave Liverpool?
All clubs in the Premier League eventually withdrew from the competition, with Chelsea and Manchester City leading.
Speaking about how no one wanted the idea to continue and how Klopp’s potential suitors would be limited if he left Liverpool, Jewel told FFC:
“The problems would be if the Super League went ahead, Klopp could probably only go to PSG or Bayern Munich. So, Yes, It is were a a little on a meaningless situation.
“People were pulling outside left, right and center, such as rats leaving a sinking ship and I still haven’t heard anyone say anything good about the Super League. “
In 2019, Klopp made it clear that he would not and could never support the idea of a European Super League, which made Liverpool’s decision to join the league even stranger.
Klopp has been linked with the work of the German national team since Joachim Lowe announced that he will leave the role after the European Championship this summer.