Max Kruse, who left Fenerbahçe and returned to his country last season, announced that he met with Liverpool before signing for the yellow-dark blue.

Max Kruse, who continued his football career in his country's Union Berlin team, announced that he returned from Liverpool's door in 2019. According to the news in Sport Witness; The star player, who left Fenerbahçe in an eventful way, stated that the reason why his transfer was not realized was Divock Origi's performance in the Champions League that season.

Architect of the comeback against Barcelona

Although Liverpool's Belgian striker did not perform as expected in the league in 2018/2019, he played an important role in winning the Champions League. Liverpool, who lost the first match 3-0 in the Champions League Semi-Finals, beat their opponent 4-0 in the rematch and reached the final. Divock Origi, who scored two goals, played the biggest role in this comeback.

The star player also scored a goal for Tottenham nets in the Champions League Final and helped his team take the trophy to his museum with a 2-0 win.

I'm not angry with Jürgen"

Kruse stated that Divock Origi was not transferred due to its rising performance. "It was great talking to Jürgen Klopp. I am not angry with him. I occasionally send him pictures of the vacation," he said. On the other hand, Bayern Munich also dealt with Kruse in 2019.

Max Kruse, whose contract with Werder Bremen ended in 2019, was transferred to Fenerbahçe without a testimonial. The German striker, who unilaterally terminated his contract in June, signed for Union Berlin.

Kruse, who played 27 games in Fenerbahçe, scored 7 goals and made 8 assists. The star player played 6 goals and 5 assists in 10 Bundesliga matches this season with the Union Berlin jersey.