According to a report from Liverpool Echo, in the first part of his weekly Liverpool column, John Aldridge has shared his thoughts on the future of Mohamed Salah and Jurgen Klopp. The former Liverpool legend expressed, “Regarding Jurgen, should Germany extend an invitation, I would hope he wouldn’t leave. I believe Jurgen is a highly loyal individual, so it would greatly surprise me if he were to abruptly depart from Liverpool in that manner. I genuinely wouldn’t anticipate it.’
He is a man of his word, a man of integrity, so such an expectation wouldn’t align. However, it’s conceivable that down the road, if he truly desires it, such a scenario could arise. In the years to come, given his relatively young age for a manager, it could materialise.”
Jurgen Klopp’s Accolades with Liverpool So Far
Jurgen Klopp assumed the managerial role at Liverpool in 2015, and during his tenure, he has secured the following notable trophies such as UEFA Champions League (2018–19), UEFA Super Cup (2019), FIFA Club World Cup (2019), Premier League (2019–20), EFL Cup (2021–22) and the FA Community Shield (2020).
In addition to these accolades, Klopp guided the Merseyside club to the UEFA Champions League final in 2018 and 2022, as well as the FA Cup final in 2022. He was also honored as the FIFA World Coach of the Year in both 2019 and 2020.
Klopp’s arrival at Anfield marked a pivotal moment for the club. Prior to his tenure, Liverpool had endured more than a decade without winning a major trophy. However, under Klopp’s stewardship, the club rapidly transformed into one of Europe’s most successful teams.
Will The Reds Boss Make An Exit Next Summer?
Klopp is a popular figure among the Merseyside fans, and he is seen as one of the best managers in the world. He is known for his positive attitude and his ability to get the best out of his players. There is no replacement for Klopp at Anfield as far as the fans are concerned.
However, if Germany came calling then the adherence to national duties could force his hand over a possible exit. Nonetheless, these are just speculations being made and nothing is concrete as for now. The German tactician is under contract with the Reds until the summer of 2026 and it is far off to say that he would leave Anfield just like that.