Transfer News: Jurgen Klopp talks about his contract at Liverpool
German manager, Jurgen Klopp is currently under contract at Liverpool until 2020, with the fact that last season he managed to deliver Marseyside’s team to embrace the European Champions League trophy, of course he is expected to last longer infield, but Klopp himself in his latest interview claimed to be reluctant to rush or did not want to agree on a new contact at Liverpool.
As is known, Liverpool have officially recruited Jurgen Klopp at the end of 2015 to replace Brendan Rodgers. At first, the former Borussia Dortmund manager seemed to have difficulty adapting to the Premier League, but slowly began to have certain developments that were shown by Liverpool under the direction of the manager. In the 2017/18 season, Klopp managed to bring Liverpool to the European Champions League final, but eventually defeated Real Madrid in the peak.
Klopp’s golden season at Anfield only took place in the 2018-19 season campaign, where he almost brought Liverpool to the Premiere League because it was only one point adrift of Manchester City who were top of the final standings. On the one hand, Classy Achievement was presented by Klopp by bringing James Milner Cs to win the European Champions League after defeating Tottenham Hotspur in the final round.
With these achievements, of course the German coach is expected to last longer at Liverpool, but in fact the manager’s contract is only one season left, while so far no new contract has been agreed. Regarding this, Klopp then spoke up, where he still did not want to discuss his contract at Liverpool or agree on a new contract.
“I will not leave before my contract expires. That is me. That is why the contract is important. We still have enough time to make a decision about that. I don’t think that should be done now. Three seasons I think too fast. It’s just a contract,” said Jurgen Klopp was quoted as saying by The Telegraph.
In the transfer market this summer, Liverpool was somewhat passive, with only a young Dutch defender, Sepp van Den Berg.