A reunion with some of his former charges was always on the books since Klopp moved to Liverpool, and with earlier reports having confirmed this, a deal is set to happen this coming Summer. Germany international, Mario Götze will leave Bayern Munich at the end of the season, and complete a transfer move to Liverpool according to trusted sources. The possibility of making a Dortmund return has now been ruled out, as the World Cup winner would rather return to his former coach.
His transfer cost is set at 20 million pounds, and a move is almost certainly guaranteed as his current contract ends by June, and he wants away after failing to hold down a starting place in the Guardiola-led side. The 23-year-old is also being linked with Arsenal and Juventus, but the Anfield move is his preference. Liverpool have been inconsistent in their displays all season long since the arrival of Klopp, and the German would no doubt love for players that can carry out his high-pressing game plan on the pitch.
The 9th-placed team missed out of the Carling Cup trophy after losing to Manchester City through penalties in the final, and also currently face a hard task of edging Dortmund out of the Quarter Finals if they’re to have a chance of winning the Europa League. The Summer transfer window, however, promises to be very active for the club, as Klopp will be making the best use of it to get his desired players, and it will definitely start with Götze.