Piers Morgan wants Jurgen Klopp installed as next Arsenal manager

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The ever-opinionated Arsenal supporter Piers Morgan wants Jurgen Klopp to replace Arsene Wenger as manager.

Klopp announced he would be leaving Dortmund at the end of season after seven years with the club.


The 47-year-old manager won the Bundesliga with BVB for two consecutive years. In 2013 he guided the German club to their first Champions League final since 1997 when they won the competition.

Morgan took to Twitter yesterday following the news of Klopp’s departure.

“Arsenal would be perfect for Jurgen Klopp- and he would be perfect for Arsenal. Sign Him”, one tweet said.

“If we don’t sign Klopp, he will go to another top club and win big trophies. The guy’s a dynamic, driven young winner.

“Two league titles in the last five years against one of the greatest Bayern sides ever- and some Arsenal fans don’t think Klopp’s good enough? Wow,” he added. “Klopp would be our Mourinho. The time has come, Arsenal- act.”

He finished his Twitter episode with the hashtag ‘KloppIN’.


Klopp’s Dortmund side has struggled this season. Earlier in the year there was fears of relegation for the Rhine club, however they have since settled in mid-table.

According to the bookmakers, the German tactician is favourite to join Manchester City- with Arsenal in the third favourite position behind Real Madrid.

With Arsene Wenger currently leading Arsenal to a successful finish in this years Premier League and FA Cup, would other Gunner fans want to see the ‘KloppIN’ trend become a reality?

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