Jurgen Klopp has confirmed when he’s leaving Liverpool as agent speaks out on speculation

As pressure mounts on the man now occupying the hot seat, Hansi Flick, the Liverpool manager has been connected with a shocking departure to take the helm of the Germany national team.

Despite persistent rumors that he intended to accept the upcoming, maybe empty position as manager of the Germany national team, Jurgen Klopp has already announced the date he will depart his position as Liverpool’s manager.

The current manager of Germany is, of course, former Bayern Munich manager Hansi Flick, who is currently the subject of severe criticism due to a dismal run of results. His team has only won three of their last 11, with Colombia defeating them 2-0 at home in the most recent game.

Having failed to get through the group stages at the Qatar World Cup late last year, some feel as if Flick is on borrowed time. Should he get the chop, many hope that Klopp’s head can be turned.

It is widely believed that the German FA view Klopp as their dream appointment, but if the latest comments from the Liverpool manager’s agent Marc Kosicke are anything to go by, it looks set to remain nothing more than a dream.

“Jurgen has a long-term contract with Liverpool,” Kosicke told Bild. “And [Germany] has a national coach. So it’s not an issue for us at all.”

Klopp has also previously addressed the speculation surrounding his Reds reign, though not everything can seemingly be taken at face value.

When asked if he’ll return to Germany, Klopp told SWR Sport: “Definitely to live, after my career. Most likely even to Mainz”.

That may be true, but he was also asked in 2020, shortly after penning a contract extension, for how much longer he will remain in the Anfield hot-seat.

He replied: “Four years in Liverpool.”

That would have taken him to 2024, but he has since signed another new deal extending his stay until the summer of 2026. Regardless, Klopp has also openly discussed what his life will look like when he does eventually call time on his Liverpool stay.

The German has stated how he would like to “do nothing for a year”, before claiming he may return to management or call time on his career for good.

“In five years the world can look very different again,” he said, in a rather cryptic fashion.

Shortly after, he told Kicker magazine: “I have absolute energy. But I have one problem. I can’t do ‘a little bit’. I can only do ‘all or nothing’.

“When I decide that I cannot do it any longer then I will take a break for a year.”

For now, Liverpool fans can take comfort in that Klopp has no intention to cut his contract short. It looks as if the plan remains to see out his deal before taking an extended break back in Germany in 2026.


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