Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists he won't leave the club before his current contract ends in 2022 and says he's "relaxed" about agreeing on a new deal. Indeed, Klopp himself has spent over three-and-a-half years building to this point, after Brendan Rodgers tried before him. I have three years. "That is why a contract is important", he told a news conference, via The Telegraph. Agent Mark Kosicke meanwhile has hinted that Klopp may be interested in taking over as coach of the German national team.
Although the 52-year-old has admitted he wants to stay with the Champions League winners, Klopp did add that he will only stay for as long as he is wanted by the club's hierarchy. I said that always.
'So far, so good but there is a lot of work to do, ' said Klopp.
Liverpool have forked out more than £300m over the last two years on new players including Virgil van Dijk, Mohamed Salah and Alisson.
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'It's not about results, it's about performance and there is still space for improvement and that's what we are working on. We tried so many things to win different things and it worked out.
"You know how we came there, we had to dig in". It still makes it a bit more hard than in other pre-seasons maybe, but that's all.
Sturridge has outstanding talent - he was the second-top goalscorer in the 2013/14 Premier League season, has 26 caps for England and won the Champions League last season - but injuries have held him back.
Completely", he said. "It would be great if we could be around Man City again because that's the only possibility to have to pass them because it is already clear they are the big favourite again. That's not how the Premier League is, all of these games are so hard to play.
"We have enough time to make decisions in that department".