Klopp left, Kagawa Feeling Will Face Tough Situation As at MU

Klopp left, Kagawa Feeling Will Face Tough Situation As at MU

Klopp left, Kagawa Feeling Will Face Tough Situation As at MU

Dortmund – The departure of Juergen Klopp of Borussia Dortmund at the end of the season make Shinji Kagawa upset. He estimates will face difficult situations such as when playing at Manchester United.

As already known, Klopp will be leaving Dortmund at the end of the season. Die Borussen coaching chair will then be taken over by Thomas Tuchel, who is still dealing with Mainz.

Klopp’s departure seems to leave little concern for Kagawa. He was going to face a number of difficulties such as when playing at Manchester United two seasons before this.

Klopp was instrumental bring Kagawa career climb. It was he who brought the 26-year player from Cerezo Osaka, then mengorbitkannya.

In the first period with Dortmund, Kagawa appear neat. Throughout the two seasons, he appeared 71 times with a notch 29 goals and 16 assists. Performance is what then makes MU attracted and sign him.

But with Manchester United, he failed to shine. Throughout the two seasons, he only appeared 57 times, scoring six goals and 10 assists. Until then the Japanese international midfielder returning to Dortmund earlier this season.

Well, leaving Klopp Kagawa believed would make him back to face a similar situation while at MU. Because he had to adapt to a new coach and a brand-new style of play anyway. However, Kagawa believe these challenges can be overcome.

“The new coach will come, it means that the situation would be difficult for me as in Manchester. But the important thing is to believe in each other and set the same goals, then advanced on the same street and work together,” said Kagawa quoted sportsmole.

“We had to work hard before the season starts. That’s the only thing we could do. We should have the same target and trust him, I will do my best,” he added.

Kagawa this season featured a total of 36 times in all competitions, scoring five goals and seven assists.