“I have to see. He doesn’t really like players who don’t work very hard,” BT Sport’s German football expert Honigstein told the Sport Review.
“Allen is someone who is great on the ball but you don’t see him as a ball winner. He needs to have both sides to his game.
“They had a guy quite similar, Tamas Hagnal, a Hungarian international, and he couldn’t hack it and his game wasn’t robust enough. It didn’t work out for him.”
Honigstein went onto state that Gündoğan initially struggled to adapt to Klopp’s tactics following his move from Nuremburg in 2011.
Gündoğan has been linked with a move to Liverpool ever since the arrival of Jurgen Klopp earlier this month.
Gündoğan recently played down reports linking him with a move away from Borussia Dortmund but opted not to rule them out completely.
“About my future? I currently have no idea. This is very, very far away,” Gündoğan told Sport1.