Mourinho is world-class coach and could be a threat – Jurgen Klopp

German former football player and professional football manager who is the current manager of Premier League club Liverpool believes Jose Mourinho is a world-class manager and could be a threat for his team who has an unbeaten record in the Premier League. Saturday European champions Liverpool visiting Tottenham. Either there is a massive 28-point gap but still, Klopp worried about world-class spurs coach Mourinho as he says Mourinho is world-class could be a threat.

Mourinho’s honeymoon in North London ended after Tottenham’s only two wins in the last seven matches, but he was on the verge of Liverpool’s success with Chelsea and Manchester United the previous day.

The 52-year-old German coach said, “ Everybody knows Jose Mourinho is a world-class manager who has a fixed mindset. I would say that he has everything he wants to win. I respect that in every case of his team, he tries to use it for his team.”

Klopp on Friday selected as manager of the month for the fourth time in the Premier League of the Season Award as a reward for navigating a deadly December schedule in four different competitions without losing a point. 

Liverpool’s nearest challenger Leicester and Manchester City are 13 points behind and with remaining a game as they think they will end a 30-year wait to win the league. However, Trent Alexander-Arnold, who picked up the player of the month award, insisted that they could not afford to be extra excited.

This international footballer from England Alexander-Arnold said, “ All we know that we cannot get too excited and we know that nothing has been won yet. If we want to be a successful team, then we have to move to the end, of course, we are in a good position, which is something you cannot ignore. We are playing well, we are going well, but we cannot accept it as a week-long setback in the Premier League.”

Here is a confirmation from Klopp that James Milner and Naby Keita will miss the trip to Tottenham due to muscle injuries. Fabinho and Dejan Lavan are also not ready to make a comeback but could be fit to travel to Manchester United next weekend.

Just seven months earlier, the Champions League final separated the rivals by a margin of 28 points, with Liverpool running away with the title, while Spur’s who are sixth-placed and ambition touching it back into the top four.