Jurgen Klopp has remained coy when discussing his Liverpool future, with the German’s current contract running until 2024.
Klopp has been in charge of the Reds since October 2015 and has overseen a period of huge success for the club, winning the Champions League in 2019, before ending a 30-year wait for league title success the following season.
The 54-year-old penned an extension to his deal in December 2019 with his current contract running until the end of the 2023/24 season, with Klopp having previously expressed his intention to step down from the role up that deal’s expiry.
However, when ask possibility of signing another new contract at Anfield, the German said he wasn’t thinking about it.
“It’s no use saying anything about it, because it’s still so far away,” he told Bild. “How should I know what’s in three years? Most people don’t even know where they will be in two or three weeks.”
Klopp has been touted as a potential successor to Hansi Flick as manager of the Germany national side, though insists that his plan is to take an extended break from the game when the time eventually comes to leave Liverpool.
“If for me in Liverpool it is over 2024, then it’s first a year’s vacation. Hansi Flick’s contract would therefore have to run until 2025 so that it could be considered for me at all.
“In 2024, no one has to call me.”
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