Jürgen Klinsmann Wants Return To Club Football
Jürgen Klinsmann looks into club and international management. Klinsmann is currently managing USA and would like to add a domestic team to to his priorities. QPR, Chelsea and Arsenal are all rumoured to be interested in the German.
Jürgen Klinsmann : A History
Born in 1964, Goppiingen, Germany, Jürgen was a fine footballer from a young age and got his first break in football at TB Gingen in 1972. Moving to SC Gieslingen then Stuttgarter Kickers within the next 9 years. However, Jürgen was still only 17 when he made his first team break through at Stuttgarter gaining 66 appearances and 22 goals between 1981-84. Vfb Stuttgart then took the German and he went on to make 155 appearances and scored 55 goals to put him on the international stage. Then in the next 9 years he played for the best teams in Europe, Internazionale, Monaco, Tottenham Hospur and Bayern Munchen. Jürgen Klinsmann became legendary at everyclub he was at and made a huge impact in the national team too. Klinsmann gaines 108 caps for Germany in his long career and scored 47 times for his country. Jürgen also appeared for West Germany in the olympics on 14 occasions. He finished his career at Sampdoria and on loan to Tottenham in 1998 before returning to football at Orange County Blue Star in 2003 where he announced his retirement.
A year later Jürgen announced his return to football as the shock new manager of the German national team. He was in charge for 2 years before moving to a managerial role at ex-club Bayern Munich. However, after a unsuccessful year Klinsmann returned to international management at his current job of the USA team.