Liverpool have reportedly opened talks with manager Jurgen Klopp over extending his contract at the club. According to Sky Sports, the German, who joined the Merseyside club in 2015 and helped transform their fortunes, was rumored potentially leave the six-time European champions when he runs out of his current deal in summer 2024.
However, Liverpool owners FSG are ready to make a huge decision to keep hold of the German. It is reported that president Mike Gordon, who witnessed Liverpool’s 2-0 victory against Villarreal in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League semifinals on Wednesday, is set to hold talks with the manager.
Klopp’s close friend and representative Marc Kosicke was heavily involved in the reported claims that Liverpool are ready to pounce on the recent glimmers of hope that Klopp is in a good mood to discuss extending his stay at the club for a little longer and the club is looking to tie him down until at least 2026.
Liverpool’s last campaign was forgettable, despite finishing third in the Premier League and having a decent quarterfinal run in the Champions League, it speaks volumes about the standards of The Reds. Klopp and his team has been re-ignited this season as Liverpool now remain the only English side who are still in the hunt for an unprecedented quadruple.
Liverpool has already won the Carabao Cup and looks like Klopp is happy not only with one of the strongest sides he’s ever managed but also with a number of potentially promising youngsters like Harvey Elliot, Tyler Morton, Kaido Jordan and the January signing Luis Diaz, who will help the club flourish beyond 2024.
No wonder the owners are trying to keep hold of the 54-year-old. Klopp could be tempted by the prospect of extending his journey at a club where he is idolized as the the best manager of the modern gegenpressing footballing era.
Liverpool fans will be hoping that Klopp will seriously put pen to paper soon and continue collective silverware and improving a side many already consider the best in the world.
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