Reports on Monday claimed Liverpool have already made contact with Klopp about the vacant post.
The likely arrival of Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool will bring a host of backroom changes, with Robbie Fowler interested in a coaching role.
“So I think he can work in any country, big countries and with big football clubs”.
Liverpool are confident of appointing Jürgen Klopp as their next manager and could install the 48-year-old as Brendan Rodgers’ successor by the end of the week. “Simply because I know a little of the language and I need the language for my work”, Klopp said, as quoted by the Daily Mail.
“We had a dip in form at Liverpool for a few games, which has cost us”, he said.
“He is not only a very good manager, he’s a friend of mine and he’s very, very honest and very sympathetic.
This could be Liverpool, right?”, Effenberg, who has played 35 times for Germany, told the BBC. It is a marvellous club.
“I have worked every day to represent the club to the best of my ability, to develop both individual players and a team that the club’s magnificent fans can be proud of”.
The club’s owner, Fenway Sports Group, moved swiftly to approach representatives of the former Borussia Dortmund coach after sacking Rodgers on Sunday.
“I would like Ancelotti with Gerrard coming in when he has finished in America with a view to him taking over the job maybe in two, three or however many years”, Keegan said.
“I haven’t really followed what’s been written in the last few weeks either”.
Klopp previously led Mainz to the Bundesliga for the first time and helped the club qualify for the UEFA Cup.
“Jürgen Klopp, who lives out his passion and love for the game, would fit wonderfully to Liverpool’s mentality”.
But following his resignation from the Rhine-Ruhr team at the end of last season, he appears to be itching for a new challenge – despite rumours that he would take a year off football. “I talked to him a lot, also about what it means to be a leader”, he added.