Liverpool supporters have urged the club to appoint a former Reds player as Jurgen Klopp’s successor following his satisfactory performances in the league.
Xabi Alonso ‘s remarkable performance as Bayer Leverkusen manager has led Liverpool fans to look to him as a replacement for Jurgen Klopp. He has stood out in the Bundesliga after three years in charge of Real Sociedad ‘s B team. Alonso took his first steps in the first team in October 2022.
in just five months He took Leverkusen, who were struggling in 17th place in the table, to eighth, two points clear of the European qualifying zone. He led the team to a winning 54% of games played while scoring 47 goals. Alonso’s old team, Liverpool. He, who won the UEFA Champions League in 2005, was powerless for most of the UFABET season.
Reds boss Jurgen Klopp finds himself in the midst of a rebuilding as many of his players are aging and injured, with the Anfield club being eliminated from all cup competitions. And are struggling for a top four place in next season’s Champions League, leading many Liverpool supporters to debate on social media over Alonso as Klopp’s replacement. Pi or not Either now, immediately or in the near future.
This event has fans. The online world came out to comment heavily, such as “If he continues to develop his management team I see him in the next three or four years being appointed as Klopp’s successor”, “I will choose him and let him rebuild this summer. Because Klopp wouldn’t do that ”, “ If in the end we were managed by another former Red. I would immediately think Xabi rather than Stevie [Gerrard] right now,” and “People might disagree. But I would rather Alonso rebuild the team than Klopp.”
These incredible tweets come as Klopp’s side nearly made history last season’s treble. Liverpool won the FA Cup and Carabao Cup while losing in the Champions League final. And lost in the Premier League title race on the final day of the season to Manchester City, meanwhile, Alonso remained a fan favorite. at Anfield after spending five years there where he made more than 200 appearances.