Everton can challenge Liverpool under Carlo Ancelotti- Jurgen Klopp

Jurgen Klopp on his sixth year as Liverpool coaching boss and has already written his name in Liverpool history after guiding them Liverpool to their first Premier League title in 30-years last season. Klopp also won the Champions League trophy during the 2018-19 season and went onto lift the UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup in the same season.

However, despite two-seasons of back-to-back silverware. But earlier this season Jurgen Klopp side were thrashed 7-2 by Aston Villa a few weeks back.

Everton across town, Liverpool arch-rivals are loaded with new signings and a new coach with a new system could not have started the 2020-21 season in great form. Everton remains unbeaten in the Premier League after taking 12 points from their first four matches and currently sit top of the table.

Speaking exclusively to TalkSPORT, Liverpool’s Klopp has admitted that his first thought was ‘Oh God!’ when world-class gaffer Ancelotti was announced as Everton’s new manager.

Klopp has said that there was ‘never any doubt’ that Ancelotti would do an ‘incredible’ job as Everton manager.

Speaking on the pair’s relationship ahead of the eagerly anticipated Merseyside derby tomorrow,

Klopp said:I love it.

“It is really difficult for both of us because we have to do like we hate each other, but we don’t.

“That is how it is. He is the manager of Everton, I’m Liverpool, but apart from that we have a really good relationship.

“He is doing an incredible job, there was never any doubt about that.

“When I heard he was going there I thought, ‘Oh, God’. I didn’t like that fact but he is there and he is doing an incredible job.”