Jurgen Klopp agent has reacted to reports that the Liverpool boss might leave the club this summer.
Following last month’s bombshell that Liverpool, along with five other Premier League clubs, had signed up for a breakaway European Super League, Klopp. He has already been vocal about his opposition to such plans. And was grilled on the subject both before and after his side’s 1-1 draw at Leeds United. This had drawn a predictable backlash from fans.
The 53-year-old was then installed as the bookmakers’ favorite to be the next Premier League boss to resign. This is after a whirlwind of bets.
While Liverpool and the other English-based rebels who had initially agreed to enter the planned competition, which appeared to be a closed shop private members’ club rather than one eligible for on merit. They have all since made dramatic U-turns, with principal owner John Henry apologizing to administrators, other employees, players, and fans at Anfield, over two weeks later. Just 73-year-old former Liverpool boss Roy Hodgson, whose deal at Crystal Palace expires this summer, is ahead of Klopp in the betting.
Klopp’s lawyer, Marc Kosicke, has reiterated his client’s concerns about his prospects at Liverpool.
According to Sports Mole, when asked by Sky Deutschland whether Klopp will still be in charge at Anfield next season, Herr Kosicke said, “Absolutely!” “There will be no debate.”
“I am here as a football coach and a manager,” Klopp said last month. That’s how it works: I’ll do it as long as people let me.
“I got word today that I’m going to leave or whatever. When the going gets harder, I feel even more compelled to be here. Because I take responsibility for the staff, the club, and the bond we share with our fans. It’s a difficult time for them, so I’ll do my best to assist them in every way,” he continued.