‘I watch a lot of football and see the steps other teams make’: Jurgen Klopp denies Pep Guardiola’s new contract means Liverpool and Manchester City will continue dominance of English football as he warns other sides are ready to challenge for the title
- Jurgen Klopp doesn’t think Liverpool and Manchester City will stay dominant
- The two teams have been the two teams to battle for trophies in recent years
- The German says other teams are stepping up and title race is wide open
Jurgen Klopp doesn’t think Pep Guardiola’s new contract means English football will be exclusively dominated by Liverpool and Manchester City over the next three seasons.
Guardiola’s deal that keeps him at the Etihad until 2023 extends his great rivalry with Klopp that has already seen their teams fight it out in title races, the Champions League and a Wembley cup final. However Klopp says it’s unrealistic to expect an automatic repeat with competition hotting up elsewhere.
‘I’m happy Pep has signed but I’m afraid it won’t be just Guardiola against Klopp over the…