Jurgen Klopp delivers update on his future

Dubbed as the second most successful club in the Premier League, Liverpool have failed to win any major trophy since the departure of Spanish tactician Rafael Benitez, who led them to a Champions League victory in 2006.

Since Benitez’s departure in 2010, the Reds have had up to four different managers but among them, the current manager Jurgen Klopp is the most rated and tactically gifted, and so, the expectation from the proprietors of Liverpool on Klopp is high.

Klopp has revealed that he will be in the reins of Liverpool for long term, with subtle claim that this could be his final managerial job. according to report. After leading Borrussia Dortmund to two Bundesliga titles, Klopp oversaw Dortmund downward descent in the League before he voluntarily resigned in 2015.

He was appointed the manager of Liverpool in the October of 2015 with the thesis that Liverpool would compete for major trophies. In his first season, Liverpool ended the season 8th on the Log but this term, they are currently pushing for the top four of the League despite a bad start.

Klopp spoke with Sport 1 regarding his future and he said:

“I will not have been in charge of ten different clubs once my managerial career is over. There is a not insignificant chance I will have coached three clubs.

“It is always quite easy for me to fully commit to what I am doing because they are often long-term projects.”

Liverpool are currently third on the Premier League log but they have played one game more than Manchester City in fourth and two more than Manchester United in fifth. The race four the top four is wide open and Champions League qualification for Liverpool would be a dream come true for Klopp.

Liverpool play host to Crystal Palace in the League this weekend.