Top 10 Players With Most Goals Scored Under Jurgen Klopp

Top 10 Players With Most Goals Scored Under Jurgen Klopp
Top 10 Players With Most Goals Scored Under Jurgen Klopp

Here are the top 10 players with most goals registered under Jurgen Klopp

Can you guess which player has scored most goals for Jurgen Klopp? We gathered some information from Transfermarkt for some of the best players in the world, that is, their all-time performing stats.

This article will tell you about the top 10 players who have scored most goals under Jurgen Klopp’s management.

Most Goals Scored

  1. Mohamed Salah – 156 goals
  2. Sadio Mane – 120 goals
  3. Robert Lewandowski – 102 goals
  4. Roberto Firmino – 98 goals
  5. Michael Thurk – 59 goals
  6. Marco Reus – 53 goals
  7. Wilmar Barrios – 49 goals
  8. Divock Origi – 41 goals
  9. Aubameyang – 41 goals
  10. Mohamed Zidan – 38 goals

Robert Lewandowski is undoubtedly the best player in the list mentioned above, not to mention the third highest goalscorer under Jurgen Klopp’s management. He is one of the only three players to have scored more than 100 goals for Klopp.

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However, Mohamed Salah is the only player to have scored more than 150 goals for Klopp. He shared the 2021/22 Premier League Golden Boot with Tottenham Hotspur’s Son. They both scored 23 goals throughout the season.

Salah’s former teammate Sadio Mane is no longer a Liverpool player and has signed Bayern Munich on a three-year contract deal. Lewandowski left the club this summer and they wanted to find a player who could fill the void.

Hence, Bayern made an immediate move and signed the Senegalese legend. They were also interested in signing Cristiano Ronaldo but Oliver Kahn said a clear ‘no’ for it.

“As much as I appreciate Cristiano Ronaldo as one of the greatest in history, a transfer would not fit into our philosophy,” Kahn told Kicker.

Ronaldo wants to leave Manchester Untied as soon as possible and the reason behind this can be seen on Premier League points table. Untied finished 6th on the points table means that they are out of UEFA Champions League race next season.