Jurgen Klopp has been linked to the head coach role for the German national team, with the board believing he is the ‘ideal long-term successor’ to Joachim Low (via The Mirror).
The 52-year-old is currently contracted with the Merseyside outfit for four more years, with talks of Liverpool chiefs hoping to extend his stay beyond 2024. However, Klopp is reportedly thought very highly of in Europe and could see an offer come in to succeed current manager Low whose contract expires in 2022.
The Liverpool boss is on the cusp of creating something monumental at Anfield, to say the least. The Reds boast the status of holding European champions, newly crowned Super Cup and Club World Cup winners with of course their incredibly strong status as Premier League winners-elect.
Would Klopp leave Liverpool for Germany?
However, Klopp has stated that he sees the job with Germany as ‘natural development’ in his career and has privately hinted that Liverpool will be his last league club. Fans are discussing the recent update, with many desperate for him to stay at Anfield, whilst another has said ‘[Thomas] Tuchel to replace him’.
Tuschel to replace him
— Paul Johnson (@Johnson_1488) April 2, 2020
Current events tell you to always plan ahead
— Johnny (@johnnyste_) April 2, 2020
Empty the vault , let him wear the Crown Jewels whatever it takes to keep him a Red.
— Jay Forsythe (@voljay) April 2, 2020
He can do both jobs
— Board beyond belief (@iza303) April 2, 2020
Don’t leave me
— Payne (@JasonPayne_10) April 2, 2020
I think he’s got a bit more years left before he takes up an international job. His charisma and energy will be a total waste for international and I big loss to club football
— Nitesh Prasad (@iBleedLVPLRed) April 2, 2020
That would be perfect for him
— ALFi #YNWA (@alfimathew) April 2, 2020
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