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Barcelona told to hire Jurgen Klopp by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Barcelona told to hire Jurgen Klopp by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

As Liverpool prepares to bid farewell to Jurgen Klopp at the end of the season, speculation has emerged over what his plans will be after leaving the club.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, the former Arsenal captain now plying his trade in France with Marseille, has weighed in on the managerial shuffle, suggesting Klopp as the ideal candidate to succeed Xavi at the Catalan club.

Speaking to Jijantes (via the Mirror), Aubameyang said: "Klopp gives you everything, energy, he has won great titles, he is a good coach

"If there is a chance for Barca he is a good option, I was very comfortable with him in Dortmund. It would be incredible if he could come."

Despite expressing a desire to refrain from managing another Premier League club, Klopp making a the move to Barcelona remains a topic of fantasy.

What will Jurgen Klopp do after he leaves Liverpool?

Xavi's impending departure from Barcelona comes on the heels of Klopp's announcement regarding his exit from Liverpool.

The timing of these managerial transitions has fueled speculation about potential interclub moves within the footballing sphere. As Klopp prepares to bid adieu to Anfield, fans are understandably wondering what he will do once he finally says goodbye.

While specific plans for the German's post-Liverpool future haven't been officially announced, there has been speculation and conjecture about potential avenues he might explore.

Klopp himself has hinted at taking some time off from management to recharge and spend time with his family with a return to Germany likely. However, it's widely believed that Klopp's passion for football and coaching will eventually lead him back to the touchline.

In an interview with SportBuzzer in August 2020, Klopp hinted at being open to retiring from football completely after he leaves Anfield.

He said that he might retire from football altogether. He said: "I'll take a year off and ask myself if I miss football. If I say no, then that will be the end of coach Jürgen Klopp."

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One possibility is that Klopp could take on a new managerial challenge at a different club, either in England or abroad, or perhaps ever manage a national side.

He has regularly been linked with the Germany job while at Liverpool and, of course, during his Borussia Dortmund days.

Given his success at Liverpool, Klopp's name would undoubtedly be linked with numerous top-tier clubs seeking his expertise and leadership.

Beyond coaching, it's unlikely Klopp would explore any of his opportunities in punditry or media work. Throughout his time in England, he has regularly shown open disdain for aspects of the British press so that doesn't seem likely to be an avenue he would explore.

Ultimately, only time will tell what Jurgen Klopp's next chapter holds.

Whatever path he chooses, the massive impact he has made at Liverpool Football Club ensures that his legacy will endure long after his departure from the Premier League.

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