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Sources from the Borussia Dortmund camp have revealed that Jurgen Klopp, the Head Coach has today left the club by mutual consent.
Reasons for Klopp's departure are unknown, but our sources have said they saw him head into the Chairman's office, came out under an hour later and left straight away from their training ground. It is believed that the meeting was scheduled by Klopp but in the end, his departure has been reported as a decision by mutual consent.
Dortmund midfielder Sven Bender has told BBC Sport: "I am very sad to see the gaffer go, it is very gutting for the entire squad. The chairman has said that a caretaker/interim manager is set to be appointed in the coming days but until then, we will keep on training and getting on with our football as always!"
Reports reveal that unemployed Marcelo Bielsa is favourite to take the job but is yet to comment on the links. However, other favourite Roberto Martinez says: "With a move to Everton coming close, the chances of going to Dortmund are slim and I wish to stay in England"
Odds for next manager:
3/1 Marcelo Bielsa
9/2 Roberto Martinez
10/1 Malky Mackay
25/1 Jose Mourinho