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Truth finally out about Klopp's departure, Darwin Nunez implicated

By Charles Cornwall

Truth finally out about Klopp's departure, Darwin Nunez implicated

Jürgen Klopp caused an earthquake in the corridors of Liverpool

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Jürgen Klopp caused an earthquake in the corridors of Liverpool, after announcing that at the end of the current season, in May, he will leave his position as manager of the team after almost nine years of work and will leave 'orphans' Darwin Nunez, Luis Diaz, Mohamed Salah, Virgil van Dijk, among other players who became world stars in part because of him. By the Teuton boss' own admission, it is not a decision that came overnight - he had been considering the possibility of stepping down for some months, claiming he 'no longer had the energy to continue' at the helm of Liverpool.

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However, a new theory has emerged in England about Klopp's decision, which is very different to what the 56-year-old has said. According to the Telegraph newspaper his departure 'rests squarely with the players'.The British paper claimed the players 'no longer needed him'. "He told them they were too good and quicker than he expected. Time will tell whether Klopp's final major decision at Anfield is correct, but he no longer believes they need him as they did."

The quoted media outlet leaked Jürgen Klopp's conversation with the squad on the day he gave notice that he would not be continuing and he would have explained that he was only leaving the club because he was already at the top of European football.

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