Come what may, Klopp’s presence at the Merseyside club will surely attract quality and marquee signings this Summer. Since his arrival, Liverpool have evidently become a better club by all standards. They are edging closer to winning the Europa League after qualifying for the finals via a 3 – 0 hammering of Villareal, and a victory will see them earn a Champions League ticket automatically. One player interested in playing under the German at Liverpool is Spaniard attacking midfielder and winger, Luis Alberto. Currently on loan at La Liga side, Deportivo La Coruna, the 23-year-old is eyeing a permanent recall to Anfield by Summer after an impressive campaign with the Spanish club.
In 27 appearances, he scored 6 times and has been a key member and standout player of the side despite their struggles. The former Sevilla player arrived Liverpool in 2013 for £7million, but a lack of playing time saw him get loaned to Malaga last season after making just 12 appearances for Liverpool. Alberto is yet to play under Klopp, but he was around while the German arrived the club. The Spaniard was injured at the time and was recuperating at the Melwood training complex. He witnessed how the environment and condition at the club changed, and he is keen to return and play for the new coach. In his words as revealed by The Daily Star,
“It is obvious that having Klopp as a manager is an extra motivation to return to Liverpool. When I was there I could see that he has changed everything, the atmosphere and the club. You can feel it. Everything I heard about him was good. He is transforming Liverpool. Of course I am very excited to work under him, trying to improve and stay in the squad to becoming into an important player for Liverpool. I spoke a bit with Klopp, but during the whole season I have been in contact with his staff to see how I am and to follow my evolution. Since the arrival of Klopp, the feeling has been positive, they have been in contact with me through one of his assistants and all we have spoken about has been positive.”