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23rd Jun 2023

Jürgen Klopp reveals when he will leave Liverpool

Callum Boyle

Jürgen Klopp

Klopp has been linked with the potentially-soon-to-be-vacant Germany job

Jürgen Klopp has revealed when he will leave Liverpool.

Klopp has been linked with the potentially-soon-to-be-vacant job as manager of the German national team after reports about the future of it’s current boss, Hansi Flick, emerged.

Germany have won just three of their last 11 games and were recently beaten by Colombia 2-0.

After also being knocked out of the group stages at the Qatar World Cup, there is a feeling that Flick’s position is close to becoming untenable and that Klopp would be the suitable candidate to replace the former Bayern Munich boss.

And according to Klopp’s agent, Marc Kosicke, a deal for that to happen may be on the horizon.

“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.”

Back in 2020, Klopp also revealed when he would plan to walk away from his position at Anfield after signing a new deal. “Four years in Liverpool,” he said.

Since then, the Premier League title winner has committed to an extension which sees his contract expire in 2026 and has previously suggested that he would take a year-long sabbatical after his time at Liverpool comes to an end before deciding if he should return to management or retire for good.

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