Before Liverpool leaves, Jurgen Klopp makes a startling statement concerning his future: “Ask me again in a year.”

A shocking revelation regarding Jurgen Klopp’s future has been made as he is ready to leave Liverpool at the end of the current campaign

Consequently, what happened?


After leading the Reds for nine years, Klopp made the startling announcement back in January that he would be leaving the team at the end of the current campaign. The German manager had previously stated that he was running out of energy and did not want to perform the same “job again and again” when he made the announcement.


After leaving Anfield, the former Borussia Dortmund coach has once again been questioned about his future. He states that, at this time, he has no plans to take on another management position.



“At this point, I don’t plan a further career as a manager,” Klopp told reporters. Perhaps you should ask me in a year, but not right now.”


Prior to the 2024–2025 season, the Merseyside club has already begun the process of selecting a new coach to succeed their illustrious predecessor. It is said that they will soon meet with Ruben Amorim, the manager of Sporting CP, to talk about moving to England.

Exclusive: Following a significant Alonso blow, two managers will be interviewed by Liverpool

Football Insider has been informed by insiders that Liverpool is considering shortlisting Julian Nagelsmann and Ruben Amorim as possible successors to Jurgen Klopp.

Amorim, the manager of Sporting Lison, and Nagelsmann, the manager of the German national team, are rumored to be on the Reds’ shortlist of prospective new managers, along with current first-choice Xabi Alonso.

Xabi Alonso
Xabi Alonso
Amorim, 39, has caught Liverpool’s attention due to his exceptional team development in recent seasons and Sporting’s stellar performance.

They have a game in hand over second-place Benfica in the Portuguese top flight and are now one point ahead in the Europa League quarterfinals.

Amorim is anticipated to interview for the Liverpool position, and Nagelsmann is probably going to talk to the team as well.

Liverpool is keeping an eye on Julian Nagelsmann and Ruben Amorim.
Nagelsmann was fired from his last club, Bayern, in March of last year, just before taking on the highly sought-after task of managing his native nation.

His contract expires after the European Championships this summer, but one possible problem is that he wouldn’t be able to manage preseason training until July at any club.

Ange Postecoglou, the manager of Tottenham, was also considered as a possible replacement, but insiders have told Football Insider (4 March) that Liverpool has viewed him as an impossible choice and that he will refuse any offers to leave this summer.

Although he is not as highly regarded as Alonso, Nagelsmann, or Amorim, Brighton manager Roberto De Zerbi has also been given consideration.

Following their contentious 1-0 victory over Nottingham Forest on the road on Saturday, Liverpool now leads the Premier League standings (2 March).

On Thursday night, March 7, they will next play Sparta Praha in the Europa League final 16.


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