Guardiola secured his fourth Premier League title in five seasons when an Ilkay Gundogan brace either side of a Rodri strike overturned a two-goal deficit at home to Aston Villa. The result meant that, despite winning, Liverpool had to settle for second.
Klopp's side can still secure a Treble this season if they manage to beat Real Madrid in the Champions League final. And Hamann believes Klopp's achievements at Liverpool are far greater than Pep's at City.
Speaking to Lord Ping, Hamann said: “I dont even think you can make the comparison between who is better. Guardiola took over a title-winning side.
“If you look at Klopps first squad, I think [Divock] Origi is the only player left and they werent a very good team. He transformed the club into a winning machine and a brilliant team in five or six years, a team that has won the Premier League, appeared in three Champions League finals, won one Champions League and then you add the domestic cups.
“Hes done it with a lot less money than Guardiola, who also inherited world-class players when he joined City. He had David Silva, [Vincent] Kompany, [Sergio] Aguero waiting for him – Klopp didnt have anything like that level of talent when he went into Liverpool.
“I dont think there is any comparison between the two in terms of which achievement or tenure has been more impressive.”
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