Liverpool target Jurgen Klopp won’t escape Dortmund through ‘trap door’

Jurgen Klopp says there is no trap door through which he could disappear

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Jurgen Klopp has reiterated again that he is committed to salvaging Borussia Dortmund’s season despite reported Premier League interest.

The popular 47-year-old manager was linked with Arsenal and Liverpool last month after a difficult set of results for both Premier League clubs.

Klopp’s men are bottom of the Bundesliga after losing eight of their 13 games this season, prompting reports he could leave for the Premier League.

However, the German coach is determined to help Dortmund through a difficult period which will benefit the club in the long-term.

“I don’t think about anything else but my work here. There’s is no trap door through which I could disappear,” Klopp is quoted as saying.

“I want to change the situation with everything I have at my disposal. We have the big chance to get through the situation without being separated, and to emerge stronger. Only focus and hard work help you in a crisis.”

Klopp added: “Since pre-season training we’ve been confronted with problems on a scale we’ve never experienced before.

“Working and dealing with them makes you better, and we will benefit from this experience at some point, ideally in the near future. I’ve never worked as hard as now, and diligence always pays off.

“You can accuse us of a lot of things, but a lack of willingness to work is not among them.”

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