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Watch out Liverpool, Klopp confirms when his departure from Anfield would be

By Liam Styles

His confession has really impressed the Liverpool fans  

His confession has really impressed the Liverpool fans  

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Jürgen Klopp faces his 9th consecutive season at Liverpool with the main goal of getting the Reds back to their glory days, by giving another step in the project that can help to the team to be developed in the short and the medium term. The German coach has started by rejuvenating the team’s midfield, in which he has added the arrivals of Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szobozslai, but there is still a lot of work to do.

In this sense, after losing Fabinho and Henderson, who in the next days would confirm their departures from Liverpool to play for Al Ittihad and Al Ettifaq respectively, Klopp is looking for a new midfielder who can play as an anchor in the team’s midfield, and at this respect, Klopp would have already identified several names, such as Romeo Lavia from Southampton, Doucoure from Crystal Palace, Florentino Luis from Benfica or Marco Verrati from PSG.

However, the German coach has surprised the team in the last few hours, as he has talked about his future at Liverpool, not having granted his permanence in the next few years. The news has devastated the Liverpool fans, since the 56-year-old coach has been linked with a move to the German national team in the last few hours.

The German coach’s farewell could be close

In this sense, Klopp has confessed to be really flattered by the interest in him from the German national team, reported by the German press. “I can’t just leave Liverpool now and say I’ll take over Germany for a short time. That doesn’t work and the request isn’t even there. “Basically, it’s an interesting job. But I don’t know yet whether I’ll do something completely different after I leave Liverpool. I want to keep my options open", said Klopp, whose intention at the moment, would be keeping loyalty to Liverpool until his contract expired at 2026.


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