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Jurgen Klopp rejected Bayern Munich offers – “I don’t want to do it”

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Jurgen Klopp admits he could have opted for an easier life winning trophies with Bayern Munich but is much happier enjoying the ride he has taken Liverpool on.

An unprecedented quadruple looks increasingly unlikely with Manchester City holding the upper hand in the Premier League, but three cups in one campaign would still represent a huge success and would match the trio of major trophies (excluding the UEFA Super Cup and Club World Cup) Klopp won in his previous six years at the club.

The Reds boss heads to Wembley for the FA Cup final against Chelsea on Saturday aiming to land their second piece of silverware this season, with a Champions League final reunion with Real Madrid still to come at the end of the month.

And although things look to have got even more difficult with Pep Guardiola’s side signing striker Erling Haaland from Dortmund for next season, Klopp relishes the challenge.

Throughout his career the 54-year-old has always found himself competing against a greater power – Bayern in the Bundesliga as Borussia Dortmund manager and now City – but has still found a way to win.

We will try [to win the Premier League].

“When they took a player from me and put him there, in Germany quite frequently, it gives them 20 percent and us minus 20 and that’s not cool but as long as they don’t pick from us I’m fine.”
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