Former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler has admitted that he would love being a part of the backroom staff at the club if Jurgen Klopp takes over.
Fowler, 40, spent 11 seasons with the Reds during two stints. The first one lasted for almost nine seasons where he scored 120 league goals in 236 games.
“I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t interested,” Fowler told The Daily Mirror. “I’d love to be on the backroom staff. Liverpool is a massive part of my life.
“My personal opinion is he [Klopp] is a very good manager. I don’t know him as a man, I’ve never met him. Looking on as an outsider, I was impressed with his performances in Germany for Dortmund. I like what I see.
“It’s exactly the same with Carlo Ancelotti. I like his manner, I like Jurgen Klopp’s manner. I like the way they are with their teams. They get their teams playing great football.
“Good football is what we deserve at Liverpool and both of these managers could supply that.”
Fowler also spoke about Brendan Rodgers, who was sacked by Liverpool on Sunday after a 1-1 draw against Everton in the Merseyside Derby.
“Brendan did OK.” Fowler added. “He never got us to what we wanted to do, which is win the league, but he got us very close. I don’t think he was a failure. I think he did very well.
“I said before – football is a results business. If you’re not getting the results you want, winning leagues or cups, then questions will be asked. Unfortunately that is the case for Brendan.”