Jürgen Klopp: “I think we will see old Mario Gotze again”

Reds coaches, formerly Gotze coaches in Dortmund, believe that the 28-year-old has every chance to revive from Borussia.

Liverpool boss Jürgen Klopp believes Mario Gotze is still “an exceptional player” and wants the Borussia Dortmund player to rediscover his past success in his future club. The club’s former big hope, the offensive midfielder, had impressed all of Europe under the leadership of the current Liverpool coach, between 2009 and 2013. The World Cup winner helped BVB win five major trophies, including two Bundesliga titles, before joining his rival, Bayern Munich.

“I think we will see the old Mario Gotze again”

Unfortunately, he never quite met the expectations at the Allianz Arena and returned to Westphalia Stadium in 2016. Gotze’s second stay in Dortmund was disrupted by a metabolic illness, which limited the time of the midfielder’s play and his total contribution to the team. The 28-year-old will leave the club at the end of his contract at the end of the season and will face a new challenge away from Germany.

Liverpool have been closely linked with Gotze in recent weeks, but Klopp says his former member must join a club that can guarantee him significant playing time. “Everyone knew his contract was about to expire. If things haven’t been arranged a year in advance, it looks like it’s coming to an end. Mario will probably need some games in a row. He needs a club that gets him to feel that he does not have to change the world every game “, he told Sky.

“Gotze just has to play normally, then play again and play again. Then I think we will see the old Mario Gotze again. Obviously it is not possible in Dortmund at the moment with the quality they have in the attacking zone. is perfect for Mario to leave the club. I think he is an exceptional player and also an exceptional character. I love him very much and wish him the best “, then Jurgen Klopp added.