"We have an incredible relationship with Zlatan and his agent," Klein said. "He loves our club. He loves LA. We have an interest with him, but I think for now, he wants to stay in Europe. There are a lot of twists and turns with players from around the world, but certainly our doors are open for a player like that. We have rights to him in our league, and we'll see where that goes."
"This is not a change in club direction," Klein said. "This is a new leader coming in that can lead us to where we want to go. Sigi's record speaks for itself, so when we took a step back and evaluated everything, he was the right man for the job. He understands our club. Certainly no one has a better understanding of the league. It became an easy decision."