Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp has admitted that Bayern are currently “unstoppable”, and not even Manchester United or Real Madrid would be able to beat them.
The 46 year-old led the Black-and-Yellow to a 4-3 aggregate win over Mourinho’s Madrid in the semi final stage of the Champions League last season, including an impressive 4-1 win at the clubs home ground at the Westfalenstadion.
However Dortmund fell at the final hurdle, after a late goal from former Madrid man Arjen Robben scored the winner in a 2-1 for Bayern.
And Klopp believes that, despite their treble winning boss Jupp Heynckes being replaced by former Barcelona manager Guardiola, Bayern have strengthened even more, even buying Dortmund star Mario Gotze for £32m, and have announced that his former BVB teammate Robert Lewandowski will join Die Bayern when his contract expires in the summer.
Klopp said to A Bola “Real Madrid would have no chance of competing with Bayern. Bayern are currently unstoppable.. If the likes of Real Madrid and Manchester United have no chance against them, how can Dortmund beat them?”
Bayern lead Dortmund by 12 points and have a game in hand, and Klopp admitted that even Barcelona would be beaten over two legs, like they were last season.