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Sometimes left in Hummels' shadow, Subotic has been no minor player in Dortmund's defensive solidity in recent years.
The Bundesliga club were desperate to tie the Serbian to a new deal, particularly with Hummels looking likely to leave.
But Subotic has made no secret of his desire to play in the Premier League one day and may see Klopp's departure as the chance for him to make his own fresh start in England.
Klopp showed great faith in Aubameyang after his move from French football in The Gabon international has returned to top form under Klopp after a difficult start to life in Germany and attracted interest from Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea.
But with the charismatic boss out of the picture, Aubameyang may be ready to look around for his next challenge or follow Klopp to wherever his next destination might be.
Ilkay Gundogan The German international is yet to sign a new contract at the Signal Iduna Park and those talks may now be permanent shelved.
Marco Reus Reus only signed a new deal last year but that was when Klopp was set to remain in charge for the foreseeable future. Mats Hummels Only last week Klopp admitted that Hummels could leave to join Manchester United this summer but that process may have been expedited by today's announcement.
Neven Subotic Sometimes left in Hummels' shadow, Subotic has been no minor player in Dortmund's defensive solidity in recent years. I think even Wenger has played ox and Gibbs whenever he can if he's Reffing lol.
Lars seems to play as a DM, like Coquelin. Sven seems to play as a box-to-box player in attack and to press like crazy in defense, basically more of a Ramsey role than a Coquelin role, but with less attacking skill.
No this is wrong Lars has played the box to box role more often than not for Leverkusen hence common claims that 'he's not a DM' in reality they just needed someone with the quality to play B2B.
I can't claim to have see enough of Sven to know how he plays, but I always thought he played the defensive role to support Gundogan.
Whenever I watch Dortmund which admittedly isn't all that often he seems to play higher up than Gundogan who stays deeper and plays more of a covering role.
Gundogan isn't putting in lots of tackles, but he seems to stay deeper and make passes from deeper. Hmm maybe I need to watch him more intently. Lars I've focused on though and I can say for certain has often played with someone else covering for him.
Bender and Coquelin would be a fantastic duo. Play them together or rotate them. Either way it would be great.
Bender and Coquelin together would not work well, it would be like Flamteta but Bender makes Arteta look like he has the offensive ability of Ozil by comparison.
Yeah it will be a very unbalanced midfield. This Bender is more defensive minded than his brother. We need someone like Schneiderlin who could controll the possesion and defend.
I read the other day that Klopp said it was a possibility of Hummels going to United in the summer. Reus is at Dortmund because he absolutely adores the club and he's on a 4 year deal.
I doubt he will leave and I wish everyone would stop saying "Let's sign Reus" every day. It's not going to happen and we don't even need him.
The others are more possible but I doubt we will sign any of them. Don't want Hummels either. Spends half a season injured.
An exodus is exactly what Klopp doesn't want to happen. But I'd take Reus, who in their right mind wouldn't?
Ummm, what if I said I wasn't really interested in any of their players? No I'd much rather make a Schneiderlan-esque signing this summer and prehaps get an exceptional talent if he becomes available like how we snatched Ozil He's going to be a gamechanger wherever he goes next year.
If he goes to Chelsea, god help us. Other than him, I'd love Gundogan. IMO we need more solidarity in our spine. A Backup to Coq and a CB would give us an extra bit of steel.
We're really doomed if Coq picks up an injury. Everyone wants Reus, but we're overloaded with attackers as is. Before we can talk about Reus, we have to talk about who we're selling.
For the record I'd sell Walcott for him; easily. Like everyone I'd like Hummel to join us. The issue with Reus is his amount of injuries he gets, we'd essentially be replacing one injury prone player for another, when I'd rather we take a punt and push the boat out for Sterling.
Let me just say something, I don't think we'll ever see Jurgen Klopp at Arsenal. He prefers a very different style of football than we currently play.
Bringing him in would me a massive overhaul of the team to bring in the players which play according to his style. I've read a couple of articles on Arsenal being interested in Aubameyang, all of which were UK based articles so I am not sure how reliable they are.
I would like to see this move happen, mostly because I like the player from back when he was playing at St Etienne.
He would add further more competition up front with our pacey forwards. Would Wenger be ready to spend the speculated 30mil pounds?
Here are the links if you wanted to go through them:. How is Arsenal in anyway a step up from Dortmund? Sure we've had a bad season, but Arsenal has been far less successful than Dortmund this decade.
Maybe Arsene is retiring, not that I want that at all. Jurgen next year with some money to trade? It would never happen.
But what if Klopp came in as like a director of football of something like that. Giving him time to learn the players and systems here without the pressure of managing the side.
I know this isn't the way things are done, but it would just make sense after all these years for Arsene to carefully in a season of transition pass control over under his watchful eye.
Then at the end of the year they swap and Arsene becomes a director of football of whatever you call it and Klopp is manager. It would never happen, but i wish something like that would.
First, does Klopp even have experience in that role? Continental clubs usually have separate DoFs and head coaches. Second, if Klopp was responsible for transfers he's had a very mixed record.
Reus, Gundogan, Hummels, Lewandowski, and others were good purchases. And then how much of that is Klopp's ability to develop players vs.
Plus, Wenger would never give any control to him. Wenger will retain final say, so what does Klopp do exactly? It also pushes Gazidis out of his role in transfers.
Like it or not, this is Wenger's club. I'm fine with it, but I think the transition is likely to be just as bumpy as Ferguson leaving United.
However in a perfect world. Think of Klopp as an apprentice. Yes it's Wengers team, but Klopp perhaps identifies his long term targets etc.
Wenger would give some transfer control over, because the point is that it will be Klopp's team in 12 months. I'm not really saying anything about Gazidis, it's such a short transition that he could stay.
If you have an issue with Kopp's transfers then the bigger question is if he should be brought in as manager at all! I'm proposing that for 2 years there are basically 2 managers.
Wenger teaching the ropes year 1. Then Wenger giving advice year 2. I get that anytime you give something 2 heads all you do is create a monster.
But it would be a really interesting experiment. I completely agree that it would never happen though. I remember reading about how Liverpool had some system where three people each had a vote on matters, and while it's important for the transfer person to work with the manager if they're separate I think formalizing a vote on things is bad practice.
In all major sports the best teams have one final authority on personnel decisions. My problem is, if Klopp didn't have too much say in transfers - if his input was "I want a striker who can score and has good movement, starter quality" then it's not proof he can run a scouting department, he can identify targets and accurately gauge price.
If he did have a major role in transfers, then he's made some terrific lower-profile buys but then, since they weren't expensive and improved at Dortmund, how much was due to scouting and how much was due to development but struck out on his most expensive purchases.
I think the ideal structure would be Wenger doing transfers, Klopp being a manager. I do have some doubts about him as a manager, but I think he's a good one and it's hard for us to find better.
I would still prefer Wenger as a manager, though - I had some doubts about Klopp before, and frankly Dortmund's collapse this season is too frightening a prospect.
But he'd still be among my top picks to take over. I feel that Reus won't come to us. Probably follow his boss to Man City unfortunately.
I'd love to nab someone like Bender or Gundogan in the chaos. Hummels seems like a stretch. It's the perfect time for a player to move.
They'd be moving away from a club in transition and no CL football onto presumably a club with a brighter near-future and CL. I don't know if Arsenal would be that club in particular.
Klopp leaving certainly adds fuel to the dream of signing one of those players though. As an aside, isn't it amazing what Koeman has done with Southampton?
Would like us to get Reus, Bender and maybe Ginter one for the future. Don't think anyone else would really improve our squad that much.
Hummels, Subotic, Gundogan always are different re: Klopp would have been perfect to replace wenger, but in 3 or seasons time.
So it's disappointing he will end up at city or another premier league club which will make it unlikely he will manage at Arsenal in the future.
I'd rather have Guardiola in three years time tbh, Klopps methods relays to heavily on fitness and motivation. Klopps philosophy, I hate to say it but would fit Spurs like a glove.
As would Guardiola with Arsenals players.