Jurgen Klopp Confirms When He Will Return To Management After Liverpool Exit

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has confirmed how long he will stay out of football management as he braces up to leave Liverpool, MySportDab reports.

Klopp, 56, will draw the curtain on his nine-year stint with Liverpool after the Reds’ final Premier League match this season against Wolves.

Despite what has been a disappointing campaign with the Reds this season, Klopp has been smugly confident and relaxed in the build-up to his exit.

Of course, the German tactician can take solace in the giant managerial career he has built in the Premier League since he arrived Merseyside in 2015 from Borussia Dortmund.

With six major trophies for the Reds, he has been regarded as one of the best managers Liverpool ever had and will be greatly missed by the Reds’ fans and football enthusiasts alike.

There have been questions on the German’s next step after his spell with Liverpool, and it is a query he has answered in his last and final press conference as Liverpool manager.

In a quote shared by Fabrizio Romano, Jurgen Klopp confirmed he will be out of the dugout for long and will never coach in England again.

“It will be a long break, for sure”.

“It might even be it”.

“My time in England is definitely over because I will not coach another team here. If I manage again, it will not be around the corner”.

Feyenoord manager Arne Slot will replace Jurgen Klopp as the new Liverpool manager. Klopp spoke highly of Slot as his potential successor but the Dutchman will face a huge task matching the benchmarks set by his soon-to-leave predecessor.

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