Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has revealed the ‘only problem’ with his current role at the club.

The German boss is currently enjoying time off during the international break, with most of Liverpool’s squad leaving Anfield to link up with their respective country.

Klopp has taken advantage of the situation to return to his homeland, as well as taking part in various media duties.

The break is a rare one for the Liverpool manager, whose role as the leader of one of the biggest clubs in the world is a demanding one, to say the least.

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Between Premier League football, Champions League football and cup football, there are very few breaks for a manager of Klopp’s stature.

That’s certainly been the case in recent years, with Liverpool’s success at home and in Europe meaning even more commitments for Klopp and his men.

That’s something Klopp admits is a problem for him personally, even though he loves his job as much as you’d expect, and asked himself a very important question regarding the potential length of his career.

“What I do is unbelievable fun; I enjoy it very much,” he told RTL/NTV, relayed by t-online.

“The only problem is that, in my job, you don’t have any time off, no chance to switch off.

“Do I really have to have this until old age?”