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Is Klopp the answer for Arsenal?

ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Paul Mariner break down Jurgen Klopp's resume at Dortmund and explain what he could bring to Arsenal.

At 65 years old, there is no telling how much longer Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will stay in charge at the club. The manager is now in his 19th season with the Gunners, and as the team currently sits in eighth place in the Premier League table and has gone a decade since winning the Prem title, questions are mounting whether he is capable of leading the club back to the top of the league.

As these questions persist, there is a capable and potentially available coaching option in the form of Borussia Dortmund's Jurgen Klopp. The 47-year-old manager has been instrumental in Dortmund's return to prominence over the last six years, culminating in the team winning back-to-back Bundesliga titles (2010-2012) and reaching the Champions League final (2013).

Klopp recently stated he is interested managing in the Prem, and given his strong reputation throughout European football, it would likely take a big club with significant talent -- like Arsenal -- to peak his interest. Here is a look whether Klopp would be a good fit for the Gunners based on club situation, style of play and personnel/roster adaptation. Also examined are a couple of other potential Prem fits for the Dortmund boss.

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Ancelotti hints at Real Madrid interest in Reus

Carlo Ancelotti has reportedly let slip that Real Madrid could sign Borussia Dortmund's Marco Reus next summer.


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Schalke facing renewed criticism after Chelsea humiliation

Schalke head coach Roberto Di Matteo felt his side gave Chelsea too much respect after the Germans were thrashed 5-0 in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday.

Schalke have come under fire following their 5-0 defeat against Chelsea in the Champions League, with former Royal Blues midfielder Jermaine Jones pointing the finger at sporting director Horst Heldt.

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Schalke, now led by former Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo, were humiliated by the Blues at the Veltins Arena on Tuesday night and received renewed criticism across the German media.

United States international Jones, who ended his seven-year stint with the club in January this year, took to Twitter...

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Franck Ribery heaps praise on Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola

Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola was disappointed his side couldn't hold out against Manchester City but said he was proud of his players for their efforts in the 3-2 loss.

Bayern Munich winger Franck Ribery believes Pep Guardiola has an almost supernatural understanding of the game which allows him to be always one step ahead of everybody else.

After winning the La Liga title three times and the Champions League twice at Barcelona, Guardiola returned seamlessly to that level of success in his first year at Bayern, leading them to glory in the Bundesliga, German Cup, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup.

The Bavarians are on course to defend their domestic title while...

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Xherdan Shaqiri free to leave Bayern Munich, Franz Beckenbauer claims

Xherdan Shaqiri has expressed frustration with his lack of playing time at Bayern.

Xherdan Shaqiri has been told he can leave Bayern Munich this winter, according to the Bundesliga club's honorary president Franz Beckenbauer.

Shaqiri has been linked with a host of clubs in Europe, including Liverpool, Juventus and Napoli, although his hopes of leaving had been repeatedly dampened by the Bundesliga club.

The Switzerland international said he would have joined Liverpool in the summer had Bayern not vetoed the move while he has bemoaned his lack of match action and asked for talks...