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Jurgen Klopp lined up for first job since leaving Liverpool and things are moving quickly

Jurgen Klopp lined up for first job since leaving Liverpool and things are moving quickly

Jurgen Klopp is being targeted for a first managerial job since leaving Liverpool.

Jurgen Klopp is being courted for a first job since leaving Liverpool, reports say.

Klopp ended his glittering nine-year stint in charge of the Reds in May, taking charge of his final game against Wolves at Anfield.

The 57-year-old had an emotional farewell and cleared out his office at the AXA training centre ahead of Arne Slot's arrival.

Klopp has since been back to Anfield for a Taylor Swift gig but appears to be taking an extended break from management after "running out of energy".

However, fresh reports state that Klopp is a top target for an international job.

The Independent say the United States are looking to hire Klopp as their new boss.

The USMNT have just parted company with Gregg Berhalter following a disappointing Copa America tournament on home soil.

They were eliminated at the group stages after finishing third in Group C, which saw Uruguay and Panama progress.

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Image: Getty

The poor performance cost Berhalter his job and he was relieved of his duties on 10 July, having only returned to the post just over a year prior.

But Klopp, who won the Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup and Carabao Cup with Liverpool, is seen as the ideal candidate to replace him at the helm and according to the report from Miguel Delaney, first contacts have been made.

And international management could suit Klopp better given it is not quite a day-to-day gig and brings more flexibility.

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Image: Getty

“I want to thank Gregg for his hard work and dedication to US Soccer and our men’s national team,” US Soccer president Cindy Parlow Cone said on Berhalter's exit.

“We are now focused on working with our sporting director Matt Crocker and leveraging his experience at the highest levels of the sport to ensure we find the right person to lead the USMNT into a new era of on-field success.”

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Topics: Jurgen Klopp, United States, England