Laliga Santander side Barcelona have been turning a blind eye on the speculations linking Ronald Koeman with possible sacking, but nowadays it's all clear that only positive results is required to save every coach's job, but with current Barcelona squad Ronald Koeman won't be able to deliver Laliga title this season, and the club is already preparing for a life without him.With premier League coaches including Marcelo Bielsa, Jurgen Klopp and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer all being linked with a possible move, it has been revealed that only Liverpool's Klopp is currently their top priority.
According to the Mirror football, Barcelona are looking import Jurgen Klopp to take over from Koeman despite his running contract.The former Borussia Dortmund coach spent the last International break touring Barcelona, and that fact is already speeding up speculations that he might terminate his contract before his 2024 expirery date.
The German will mark his sixth anniversary as the reds coach this week, by which he will have been at the club for almost a decade.
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