The German coach will evaluate the continuity of his football career, once he completes his four years at Anfield.
Jurgen Klopp reiterated that he intends to leave Liverpool when his contract ends, and that he could end his coaching career after a sabbatical. The 53-year-old German won the Premier League, the Champions, he Club World Cup and the UEFA Super Cup in five seasons in Anfield and his link with the club extends until 2024.
“I’ll take a year off and wonder if I miss football. If I say no, it will be the end of coach Jurgen Klopp,” he declared in dialogue with Sport Buzzer, adding: “If one day I am no longer a coach, there is one thing I won’t miss: the brutal tension immediately before the game. “
Liverpool are back in pre-season training after a short break and will be back in competitive action in just three weeks. Despite limited free time, Klopp is confident that his players will be ready to defend the Premier League title.
“The whole club is looking forward to the new season and wants to do even better. We want to chase the rivals and the ball everywhere and remain a super uncomfortable team for rivals. We are not just defending titles, we want to get new ones, just we have started to win, “he said.
Klopp was awarded the Premier League season’s best manager of the season and is widely regarded as the most valuable in world football after another successful season with Liverpool. However, the former Mainz and Borussia Dortmund boss was quick to share the praise with his coaching staff.
“It wasn’t so long ago that Klopp couldn’t win a final and certainly not the Premier League either. Now everything is discussed and perceived differently. Of course, you’d rather be popular than unpopular. Better thin than fat. And win too. it’s better than losing, “he said.
He added: “I am a better coach now than I was ten years ago; the overall Klopp package is more coherent, more complex. In my work in England it is essential to find the best and most motivated in all areas and win them over. That is the art. and the biggest challenge. “
“Players, trainers, physical therapists, massage therapists, doctors, video analysts, nutritionists, communication, everywhere. We are in a great position in Liverpool. I trust my employees 100 percent. Liverpool is far from being a one-man show.” sentenced.
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