The agent of Jürgen Klopp has stressed the Liverpool manager will fulfil his contract at Anfield.
Klopp last signed an extension with the Reds in December 2019, months after helping the club win the Champions League in Madrid.
The 53-year-old’s contract runs down in 2024, but Bild reported last month his chances of staying at the Merseyside club until the end of his current deal aren’t high.
It was also stated there is ’68 percent’ chance for the former Borussia Dortmund manager to leave Liverpool in the summer of 2022 to take over the German national team job.
Earlier this month, Joachim Löw announced he will step down as the national team manager after the Euro 2020.
Klopp was one of the candidates linked to become the next Germany manager, but he immediately dismissed these claims. The same stance has also been reiterated by his agent, Marc Kosicke.
“Jürgen has always emphasised in recent years that he could certainly be available for the office of national coach at some point if the DFB [German FA] is looking for a coach and Jürgen is not looking after a club. And since the latter is not the case, that was also out of the question now,” Kosicke told Sport1.
Wanting to check if there’s any possibility of Klopp leaving Liverpool, Sport1 asked his representative if there’s a ‘back door left open’.
“No. If Jürgen says that so clearly, then he will stand by it. Besides, he’s not finished with his work in Liverpool,” he said.
“There is no back door open because Jürgen still has a three-year contract with the Reds. He made this very clear so that there would be no room for speculation.”
When further quizzed if Klopp will fulfil his contract at Anfield, his agent explained: “Yes. Definitely.”