Graeme Souness believes Jurgen Klopp is more of a Premier League legend than Arsène Wenger because of his success in Europe.
The Liverpool boss is coming to the end of his time at Anfield after announcing his decision to leave the club at the end of the current campaign.
Klopp’s record at Liverpool speaks for itself, having won the Premier League, FA Cup, Carabao Cup, Champions League and Club World Cup during his stay at the club which lasted over eight years.
This collection of trophies means that the German coach rubs shoulders with several elites of English football, including Wenger.
The Frenchman has won three Premier Leagues, seven FA Cups and seven Community Shields, but according to Souness, Klopp will always be considered a Premier League legend.
Speaking on Simon & Souness, he said: “Wenger has never won a Champions League.
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“I think there is a competition, whether it’s me overrating it or not, but I think there’s so much hype and interest and glamor around the Champions League these days – Klopp also won it.
“It was the first time Liverpool had won [the Premier League] in 30 years.
“I just think it’s a unique group to be in.”
“To be able to say that you are a coach who won the Champions League, I think that puts you in a legendary category.”
Klopp is now hoping to add more silverware to his collection before his time at Liverpool ends.
As well as competing in the Carabao Cup final, live on talkSPORT, the Reds will be challenging for success in the Premier League, Europa League and FA Cup before the end of the season.