The icon of Man United, Wayne Rooney believes that Jurgen Klopp could dominate the Premier League by achieving at least 5 premier league titles provided he would have followed Sir Alex Ferguson’s way of staying at Anfield for at least ten years. Liverpool is very close to winning their first league title in the last thirty years. The Reds are now twenty-three points ahead of Manchester City leaving it in second place. Gary Neville at first told that Liverpool could have to build a new ancestry under Jurgen Klopp after winning the championship. Neville’s erstwhile teammate Wayne Rooney has repeated those remarks.
Wayne Rooney repeats Gary Neville’s remarks on Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool
Last week, Gary Neville, the man who won eight premier leagues commented that Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp should not think to win the Premier League championship as the ‘holy grail’. He should attempt to extend their favorable outcome under German rule. Man United’s famous leading scorer Wayne Rooney has now recapitulated the feelings of the Sky Sports pundit. He told that Liverpool could have influenced the English top-flight for a decade if Jurgen Klopp stayed at Anfield for at least ten years. “The players at Liverpool are young with key players tied down at the club on long-term contracts,” the Derby County captain corresponded in his vertical for The Times.
Jurgen Klopp claimed that no Premier League club could match the success of Sir Alex Ferguson
Rooney also told that Jurgen Klopp could have mimicked the success Manchester United underwent under renowned manager Sir Alex Ferguson. Earlier this season, Jurgen Klopp claimed that it would not be possible for any Premier League club to equal the success of Sir Alex Ferguson. Though Rooney thinks differently. “If the 53-year-old Jurgen Klopp stays for another 10 years at Anfield, Liverpool would win at least five Premier League titles,” Rooney claimed when he compared the Liverpool boss to erstwhile Man United manager Sir Alex Ferguson. Sir Alex Ferguson was managing the Red Devils for twenty-six years. He also won thirteen Man United Premier League championships during his working at Old Trafford.
Liverpool on course to win first Premier League title
Although Jurgen Klopp’s men got a unique point in an uneven fight against local opponents Everton at Goodison Park on Sunday, the Reds reached closer towards the Premier League championship. Liverpool needs five more points to win the Premier League championship with eight matchdays left. Liverpool is ready to win its first Premier League championship in the last thirty years. It would then put Liverpool one title back the Man United’s track record of winning twenty English championships.