The new Sir Alex Ferguson? Jurgen Klopp might be looking to break a record with Liverpool

Klopp has been Liverpool's manager since 2015

By Liam Styles

Klopp has been Liverpool's manager since 2015
Klopp has been Liverpool's manager since 2015
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Liverpool wants to win the Premier League and want to try again this season. Jurgen Klopp's side have come close on a couple of occasions to achieving the impossible. Without a doubt, Manchester City's hegemony in recent seasons has meant that no team has a chance of winning the Premier League. For this reason, it is becoming more and more difficult

Nevertheless, the current season has made many excited, therefore it is expected that there will be at least a different champion during this season. It is worth mentioning that Liverpool has only two defeats this season. Of which, only one has been in the Premier League. For this reason, along with Arsenal, they are the only team with only one defeat in the league.

Meanwhile, Tottenham lost the lead and is on a two-game losing streak. This has made Spurs fans lose their illusion as they thought their team would maintain consistency throughout the tournament. Undoubtedly, many things have caused a lack of consistency in teams, such as the case of Arsenal when they lost the league to Manchester City. Despite the fact that Liverpool have the league as a priority, it seems that they have other types of priorities

And many of those priorities would be with the manager who has taken them to 3 UEFA Champions League finals since his arrival and incidentally the coach in charge of leading Liverpool back to victory so as not to have to live on past glories as is the case with Jurgen Klopp. Apparently, the Reds would not have among their plans to get rid of the German, at least not for the next few years.

Liverpool could extend Klopp's contract

It is worth mentioning that Jurgen Klopp's contract with Liverpool expires until 2026. However, according to Transferdot, Liverpool is planning to extend Klopp's contract beyond that year. Therefore, Jürgen would be one of those managers like Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger who would be in their teams for several years.

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