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David Wagner could join Liverpool

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David Wagner could be reunited with Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool after leaving Borussia Dortmund behind, according to ESPN.

Wagner, who was in charge of Dortmund's under-23 side, leaves the young team in the relegation zone after they were beaten on home soil against TuS Erndtebruck this past weekend. 

The German coach had previously worked for Hoffenheim before moving to Dortmund back in 2011, and it appears that he could now be set for a stint in the Premier League. 

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After leaving Dortmund, as per the club's official website, Wagner stated: "Borussia Dortmund are an extraordinary club with fantastic fans. In spite of that I seek a new sporting challenge after a great time at Dortmund."

It certainly wouldn't come as a major surprise if he completed a move to Merseyside sooner rather than later. 

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Klopp relationship 

In fact, Wagner was Klopp's best man at his wedding, so he certainly has a great relationship with the enigmatic manager. 

Klopp will no doubt continue to build and strengthen Liverpool over the coming weeks and months, so the potential acquisition of Wagner should only help him in his pursuit of success on English soil.

The Liverpool boss will be on a high after his side beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, but he will now be hoping to see his team secure a victory in Europe against Rubin Kazan on Thursday. 

Liverpool fans: what have you made of Klopp's start? Have your say below! 

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