Jack Wilshere has stated that he wouldn’t swap Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp for the man in Arsenal’s dugout, as he told talkSPORT.
The 29-year-old, who is currently training with Arsenal, also backed his club to beat Liverpool on Saturday at Anfield.
Liverpool were beaten 3-2 by West Ham the last time they were in Premier League action and they will now want to avoid Arteta’s side going above them in the table at the weekend.
Even though it is a big ask, those in North London will be confident enough to cause an upset against this free-scoring Liverpool side.
Wilshere thinks the score will be 2-1 to Arsenal, as he made his feelings clear when asked the question about Klopp and Arteta.
“Jack Wilshere, if you could have Klopp instead of Arteta, would you take him,” asked the talkSPORT presenter.
Wilshere responded by saying: “No.”
He is then asked ‘What about Pep’ to which he also responds again: “No.”
On the possible score between Liverpool and Arsenal at the weekend: “2-1 Arsenal,” said Wilshere. “No, I am not (talking from the heart).”
It could be argued that in world football today, Klopp is perhaps the best pound-for-pound coach going.
Some would point towards Pep Guardiola who has done a remarkable job at Manchester City.
But the man in the Anfield hot seat, as was proven this summer, hasn’t spent in a crazy fashion like some of his managerial rivals.
Whilst Chelsea and both Manchester clubs needed to spend big this summer, Klopp only brought in one player and he is still challenging his rivals for the title.
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