The former Manchester United player left the Dortmund club for Old Trafford and was a huge disappointment in England before his 8 million euro move back to England where he has been impressive under Jurgen Klopp.
Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that he would be leaving Borrusia Dortmund by the end of the season and Kagawa has opened up about how Klopp is like a father figure to him and how he might find it as difficult as he found it in Manchester playing under a manager that isn’t the German tactician. “A new boss is coming, that means it is difficult for me like it was in Manchester,” Kagawa said. “But the most important thing is to trust each other and set the same goals, then go forward in the same direction and work together. We have to work hard before the season starts. That’s the only thing we cando. We must have the same target and believe in him, I’ll do my best.”
The Japanese midfielder would be looking to getting to play regularly for Dortmund again and be a key player for the German side next season.