Swansea boss Paul Clement believes keeping them up would be a huge achievement
It was Clement’s first victory as head coach after swapping his assistant role at Bayern to join the struggling Welsh outfit. And the 45-year-old believes keeping his new side in the top-flight would top another European title with the German giants.
Paul Clement worked alongside Carlo Ancelotti at Bayern Munich
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“Keeping Swansea up would be the bigger achievement,” said Clement, who won the Champions League with Real Madrid in 2014.
“If I had not won the Champions League before, maybe I would think differently. My focus is only on Swansea.”
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Paul Clement also worked at Real Madrid
Victory over Jurgen Klopp’s Reds was a huge boost to Clement, who remains keen to add to his squad this month. Luciano Narsingh, Tom Carroll and Martin Olsson have already arrived at the Liberty Stadium, but a new centre-half remains a priority.