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Ralf Rangnick revealed Jurgen Klopp plans

Ralf Rangnick revealed Jurgen Klopp plans
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Red Bull ‘s football boss Ralf Rangnick revealed that Jurgen Klopp, manager of Liverpool, is persuading potential players to join the club by meeting them legitimately.

Rangnick told The Times that, “Klopp has acquired both Sadio Mane from Southampton and Naby Keita from RB Leipzig by persuading them that Liverpool is their next best move.”

In 2016, Mane finished a £30 m move from the Saints to Liverpool as Keita joined the reds of the Bundesliga giants in 2017 for £55 m.

Rangnick explained Klopp ‘s approach to marking players and how he’s attempting to persuade them that the best place to create is Liverpool.

He said: ‘On the off chance that Jurgen wants a player like Naby Keita or Sadio Mane, at that point in normal circumstances those players also have enthusiasm from different clubs. So Jurgen was calling what he is doing to the players themselves. In the event that conceivable, meet the players themselves, and persuade them that the following best thing for them is a transfer to Liverpool.”

Mane has pondered his chief, stating that he remains liable for his players and praises Klopp for helping them on and off the pitch.

Mane told the Liverpool FC’s official site, “He’s one loaded with life, he’s somebody who’s considering every one of us accountable as athletes, which is important for a field player. He’s a person who realizes how to handle you off the field too. Sometimes he can be tough with his players, yet that’s for positive reasons and that’s helped us a great deal on the field. On the off chance that you have to meet him to understand all that is amazing.”

Keita also praised Klopp for guarding his team and similarly treating different teams.

“He’ll always secure his team, and for him all the team is equal. He sees no distinction anyway. He is still there to reveal to you things like in the event that you haven’t done the best in a game that is hard for coaches to do,” he said.