Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp has been warned that next season may not be better for him if he decides to stay at the club.

That’s according to former Reds midfielder Didi Hamann, who has shared his worries for the German manager after a disastrous season.

Liverpool currently find themselves in eight in the Premier League after winning just 12 of their 28 games so far and losing nine.

Their latest defeat came at the hands of rivals Manchester City over the weekend, with Pep Guardiola’s side running out 4-1 winners in a comprehensive performance at the Etihad.

That result left Liverpool seven points behind Tottenham in fourth and the belief is that it is increasingly unlikely that they will qualify for the Champions League next summer.

Should that happen it is likely to spark a major rebuild of the squad in the summer, with Klopp stating after the City defeat he intends to spend money and sign the players required.

Hamann can’t see the funds being made available, though, and believes it may be wiser for Liverpool and Klopp to part ways at the end of the season.

“I’m afraid that if Klopp decides to stay on, it won’t be any better next year because the owners at Liverpool never spend the money like other clubs,” Ruhr Nachrichten report him saying on Sky Germany’s Sky 90 talk show.

“He wouldn’t have deserved that and this wonderful marriage between Liverpool and Klopp wouldn’t have deserved that.

“That’s why the best thing for both sides would be to make a cut in the summer. Listening to Klopp, he wants to do it, he thinks he can do it – but I have big doubts.”