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Bayern Munich chief Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has once again opened up about the possibility of Jurgen Klopp being the club’s manager.
The recent news around Liverpool agreeing to take part in a European Super League has been met with widespread criticism.
Klopp was answering questions about the proposals both before and after the Premier League game against Leeds United on Monday night. The Reds boss reaffirmed his stance that he is not in favour of the concept of the Super League, with his initial comments coming back in 2019.
The Bundesliga side have already stated they are not willing to join a Super League, and their chief executive Rummenigge confirmed they have no interest in the new competition.
“We’re not inside because we don’t want to be part of it,” Rummenigge told Corriere.
“We are happy to play in the Bundesliga, a ‘bread and butter’ business, as the British say.
“We are happy to make the Champions League and do not forget the responsibility towards our fans, who are generally against such a reform.
“And we also feel the responsibility towards football in general.”
With Hansi Flick leaving this summer, the Bayern chief has also talked about their new coach choice:
“We have not yet decided on the coach, first we win the championship and then we decide what to do,” he said.
“Of course he spoke heavily against his company.”
Source- Liverpool ECHO