Jurgen Klopp’s case that Liverpool can’t command in the Premier League like Manchester United did has been contested by Wayne Rooney, who says the key for the Reds is keeping their gaffer.
Liverpool, who are 22 points away from Manchester City, are on the cusp of a first top-flight title since 1990 and need only two additional successes to ensure lifting the trophy.
Manager Klopp said he feels it is outlandish for one club to appreciate such a triumph United did under the incredible Alex Ferguson, who won 13 Premier League titles during his 26-year stretch.
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Former Everton and United skipper Rooney – a long-term adversary of Liverpool because of his relationship with Everton and the Red Devils – deviates, however, and tipped the Merseyside club to win the class in any event multiple times in the following decade on the stipulation that Klopp stays in charge.
“Liverpool’s crew is youthful and all the key players are secured on long agreements. They can possibly win more trophies,” Rooney wrote in his section for The Times.
“Klopp says it’s incomprehensible for any club to overwhelm like United once did yet he isn’t right.
“There’s a basic path for Liverpool: let Klopp continue forever.
The red devils commanded on the grounds that Fergie remained for such a long time. I think if Klopp, who is just 53, remained at Anfield for the following 10 years Liverpool would succeed at least five Premier League titles.