Jurgen Klopp makes joke about Man City's 115 Premier League charges after leaving Liverpool behind

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Jurgen Klopp has joked about Man City's charges after leaving Liverpool

Jack Otway

By Jack Otway

Published: 29/05/2024

- 08:54

The German has opened up following his Anfield exit

Jurgen Klopp has joked he'd be up for a bus parade if Liverpool are given two Premier League titles amid the 115 charges against Manchester City.

City were charged with breaking Premier League rules in February last year, with the club strongly denying allegations of wrongdoing.

It has cast a cloud over the club, however, despite their remarkable dominance under Pep Guardiola.

Guardiola recently steered his side to a fourth Premier League title in a row, though did oversee their FA Cup final defeat to Manchester United on Sunday.

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Jurgen Klopp spoke about Man City's 115 charges at a special event in Liverpool


If City are found guilty of breaking the rules, Liverpool could be entitled to two league titles.

And Klopp has joked he'd be up for a bus parade, saying at a special event last night: "If you organise a bus parade, I'm in.

"How long it takes, I don't care how long."

Klopp also couldn't resist aiming some parting shots at some of Liverpool's rivals.

He appeared to take aim at Chelsea, who recently parted ways with Mauricio Pochettino after just a single season in the dugout.

Reports have said Enzo Maresca, who is currently the manager of Leicester, is poised to take over.

Prior to Pochettino's exit, Chelsea had dismissed Thomas Tuchel and Graham Potter.

And Klopp believes he was fortunate to have good owners at Liverpool, with the 56-year-old saying: "We should be really happy we have them (Fenway Sports Group) and not guys who bought London clubs.

"I wouldn't have survived a year at Liverpool (with them).

"Finally they (Chelsea) play football which everyone thinks "Oh, they might be back" and then they sack the manager anyway.

"The owners feel responsible for the club.

"Are they the best in the world? I don't know, I can't say.

"But they worked really hard. I felt supported."

And Klopp also took aim at Manchester United while discussing Jadon Sancho as well.

Sancho is currently on loan at Borussia Dortmund after falling out with manager Erik ten Hag earlier in the season.


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Jurgen Klopp has aimed digs at Chelsea and Man Utd following his Liverpool exit


The duo clashed after a 3-1 defeat to Arsenal in September, with Ten Hag saying Sancho hadn't been performing well in training.

The England international then effectively called his manager a liar in a brutal statement uploaded to social media.

Ten Hag banished Sancho to the reserves prior to his move to Germany in January.

But Klopp seemingly ripped into the Red Devils for their treatment of the winger, whose long-term future at Old Trafford is up in the air.

"If the whole world loses trust and faith in the player, the manager has to be the one behind the player," he added.

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Jurgen Klopp would be up for a bus parade if Liverpool get two of Man City's Premier League titles


"I cannot just buy into that 'he's useless', like other clubs did by the way - buying a player for £80million and then sending him out on loan!"

Klopp will be replaced by Arne Slot at Liverpool.

The Dutchman has been given the keys to Anfield after recently guiding Feyenoord to the Eredivisie title.

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