With the success he has enjoyed as Liverpool manager, it is expected that German boss Jurgen Klopp will remain in charge of Anfield for many more years, as witnessed in the cases of Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger at Man United and Arsenal respectively but that may not happen.
Jurgen Klopp will only be at the Anfield for four years and will leave thereafter. He signed a new deal with Liverpool in 2019 which will expire in 2024. The former Borussia Dortmund manager has hinted that he does not plan to stay longer than his current contract as he hopes to return to Germany, his country home.
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According to Klopp, he will have a year rest and will be staying without a job to cool off and prepare for the next challenge but what he will be doing then, is unknown.
Jurgen Klopp has refused to comment on claims that he would be returning to Germany to pick up the national team job as the opportunity will be waiting for him. This is because he might be considering managing a club side which he already loves.
Bayern Munich or his former team Borussia Dortmund will be his likely destination but the future will present itself with an opportunity for the Reds boss, who is no doubt in the history book at Anfield.