Klopp refuses to succeed Löw as German coach

The idea of ​​Jürgen Klopp becoming Germany’s new coach in the summer was ruled out, as the Liverpool manager pointed out that he has a contract to fulfill with the Premier team.

Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp has rejected the possibility of becoming the German coach, succeeding Joachin Löw, who will leave the German team after the Euro.

The Liverpool manager is on the hook after his team have lost six straight games at Anfield and are seven points behind the Champions League spots.

In addition, this moment coincides with the resignation of Löw to continue as coach beyond the European Championship this summer.

No, I will not be available to coach Germany in the summer or after the summer. I have three years left on my contract at Liverpool. It is simple. You sign a contract and you fulfill it, “Klopp said at a press conference before taking on RB Leipzig in the second leg of the Champions League round of 16.

Löw became Germany coach in 2006 after the World Cup, and during his tenure in office he has won the 2014 World Cup, in addition to reaching the final of the Euro 2008, and the semi-finals in 2012 and 2016. He also won the Confederations Cup in 2017.