Jurgen Klopp reveals why he chose Liverpool over Man Utd and others

Jordan Henderson in bust-up with Luis Suarez

GETTY FIERY Jordan Henderson was involved in a bust-up with Luis Suarez

Madrid's ability to be ruthless and remain unruffled in big matches is arguably the main thing standing between Liverpool and glory in Saturday's Champions League final.

"Klopp will know that his side will leak goals", Ince told Paddy Power.

They're here because they're very good, and not because they're English or British, but if I had the choice between two players of similar ability, I'll choose the English one.

Now Klopp has revealed details of a heart to heart chat the pair had afterwards that he thinks has helped the player to improve hugely over the second half of this season.

When Fowler asked him why he chose Liverpool over United, Klopp explained that the other teams he spoke to didn't sound like football clubs to him.

'So when you see the pictures, and I realise it as well, by the way, I look still like a player. that's not cool, but that's me.

'I had talks with other clubs and they didn't sound like a football club.

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"He had this sort of vision that made me think, in the future, we'd get to another final". We had one player who maybe he could make a difference on his own, and here they have three.

But the Reds now have a chance to change that as they have successfully reached the Champions League final this season and are all set to face defending champions Real Madrid on 26th May. And I thought "wow, that's not the game I love",' Klopp added.

"Real need four chances to score twice. (I can) definitely see how hungry the team are to be successful".

"Because he's going out and buying players and then he's making them better, because that's what he does".

Only last week Woodward told investors that the playing side of United is largely disconnected from the earnings potential of the club, and we all know that Woodward desires big-money, big-name signings to attract sponsors.

"That's what we are trying to do, create our own history", he stated.

"And then in 20 or 30 years' time, hopefully people can look back on this team and say how good it was and how special it was what they achieved".

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