Klopp invites Eriksson to be Liverpool manager for a day

LONDON, 20 Ene. (dpa/EP) –

The Liverpool coach, the German Jürgen Klopp, has opened the door for Sven-Göran Eriksson to spend one day as coach of the 'reds', after the former Swedish coach revealed earlier this month that, in the “best of cases”, he had about a year to live after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.

During a round of television interviews, after revealing his health problems, former England coach Eriksson revealed his lifelong love for Liverpool and how he had always wanted to be the club's manager.

Robbie Fowler, who played under Eriksson for England, hinted on The 'reds' coach has gone one step further.

“I don't know him, unfortunately not. I know him without knowing him, we have never met. Yes, obviously it is very moving news when you find out. I found out for the first time about his admiration or love for Liverpool and that he was a fan all his life. life. Now I have found out about the legends match and things like that. I don't deal with that, so I can't say anything about it,” Klopp said.

“The only thing I can say is that you are absolutely welcome to come here and you can sit in my office and do my job for a day if you want. There is no problem. Being in the band can be a little more difficult. Having him here and “To show you everything and how this wonderful club has developed over the years, I think that's something we will definitely tell you. You can come and spend some wonderful hours here, I'm sure,” he concluded.