The German international, who has eighteen months left on his current contract with Liverpool, has revealed that contract extension talks with the club are progressing well.
The English giants join the long list of admirers for Celtic's striker who has taken the world by storm with to his goal-scoring exploits.
Sir Alex Ferguson believes that Jurgen Klopp has made Liverpool genuine title contenders
Villarreal boss Marcelino Garcia Toral believes the atmosphere at Anfield will do little to intimidate his players stating that the electric atmosphere will instead serve as an inspiration for them to perform at the highest level.
The Northern Irishman, who took Liverpool tantalisingly close to the Premier League title in 2013-14, is reportedly set to return to Swansea City next season.
Hoping for appropriate time being given to his successor to achieve his objectives, former Liverpool FC manager Brendan Rodgers has stated that Jurgen Klopp will have to win the league in order to improve on his tenure at Anfield.
With Newcastle United sitting second from bottom in the Premier League and staring at the possibility of relegation, the club hierarchy are reportedly considering a change at the managerial level, with some big names lined up to potentially replace Steve McLaren.
Former Liverpool FC manager Brendan Rodgers has revealed that he invited his successor Jurgen Klopp to his home, following his announcement as the new manager at Anfield to help him in anyways he can.
Ex-Liverpool manager doesn't think he has a chance at the Manchester United job and has defended their current, under-fire manager Louis van Gaal.
Skysports is always the place to go to see candid admissions by former players and managers, and this time Brendan Rodgers revealed his retirement plans for Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher.