Liverpool have struggled in recent weeks and are without a league win at home in this calendar year.
Their downturn in form includes ending their 68-match unbeaten league run at Anfield in January and since then, they have lost three consecutive league matches at home.
Jürgen Klopp is yet to see his side score from open play at Anfield in 2021, while the English champions’ defence continues to leak goals at the back, keeping only two clean sheets in the last 12 matches.
Bild states the current situation at the Merseyside club is the ‘worst crisis’ the German has experienced in his career.
With a contract until 2024, the outlet takes a look at ‘four scenarios’ for the former Borussia Dortmund manager.
It’s claimed there’s only a one percent probability for Klopp to either leave the club or for Liverpool to sack their coach, even if they miss out on the Champions League next season.
Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group are ‘still with Klopp’, just like ‘most of the fans’ of the Premier League club.
Klopp’s future plan is ‘clear that he will definitely return to Germany’. According to Bild, if the ‘overall package is correct’, he will replace Joachim Löw as Germany national team coach after the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, which will take place at the end of that year.
Bild further adds there’s ‘68 percent probability’ Klopp will leave Liverpool in the summer of 2022 and then take a six-month break before taking charge of the national team at the start of 2023.
The last scenario is for Klopp to fulfil his contract that runs down in 2024. It’s claimed the 53-year-old loves the English city and the people there, and if ‘things are right’ sporting wise, he could stay at the club for the next three years.
Bild believes the probability of this happening is 30 percent. There’s a good chance this number would only go higher if the ‘overall package’ to become the Germany manager doesn’t suit the ex-Mainz boss.