In his career at Borussia Dortmund and Liverpool, Klopp coach has the opportunity to lead many big stars such as Van Dijk, Salah, Lewandowski …
Goalkeeper Alisson Becker (Liverpool): The Brazilian goalkeeper moved to Anfield for a record fee and became the number one stopper in front of the wooden frame of “The Kop”. The certainty of the defense with fulcrum Alisson has helped Klopp’s teachers and coaches win the 2018/19 Champions League and most likely the Premier League this season.
Trent Alexander-Arnold defender (Liverpool): The English defender is an interesting finding of Klopp’s coach in Liverpool. Alexander-Arnold is considered by experts to redefine the position of the full-back. This season, he played 40 matches in all competitions, scored 2 goals and had 14 assists.
Defender Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool): The Dutchman did not take much time to prove 85 million euros of Liverpool spent for Southampton is worthy. Van Dijk became the cornerstone of “The Kop” defense. Last year, he came second in the race to win the Golden Ball and has maintained a stable performance so far.
Defender Mats Hummels (Dortmund): In the 2012/13 season, the German player and Neven Subotic formed one of the best center-back duo in Europe, helping Dortmund reach the Champions League final. Hummels was the leader of the yellow-and-black team defense for many years before moving to Bayern Munich. In the winter transfer window last year, he bid farewell to the Allianz Arena to return to the old club.
Defender Andrew Robertson (Liverpool): Robertson and Alexander-Arnold form wings to attack the speed and efficiency of Klopp. Liverpool lost just 9 million euros to get the Scottish defender from Hull City. This season, Robertson played 41 matches in all competitions, scored 2 goals and had 7 assists.
Midfielder Jordan Henderson (Liverpool): Captain “The Kop” is known as the silent hero behind the club’s success. This season, new professionals have recognized Henderson’s irreplaceable role in the Liverpool midfield. The England midfielder is on the verge of becoming the Premier League Player of the Year.