Jurgen Klopp has added to the growing legion of non-English coaches in the EPL, by agreeing to a three-year deal to become the new manager of Liverpool, the club is expected to make the pronouncement on the Thursday.
This development is coming on the heels of two failed attempts by Fenway Sports to lure Klopp to Anfield, the German will be unveiled in a press conference scheduled for Friday at the stadium.
Following the sack of erstwhile manager of the Reds, Brendan Rogers, the club made a commitment to replace the out of favour manager in a “decisive, timely manner”, consequently, making the 48 year-old their main target.
According to fillers Jurgen Klopp who is a two-time German Manager of the Year is expected to arrive Melwood before Friday to sign a deal and acquaint himself with his new environment.
Jurgen Klopp’s trusted assistant Zeljko Buvac, and his technical analyst Peter Krawietz, will join him at the club.