Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has revealed his intentions to leave the club in 2024 once his contract with the Reds expires.
Klopp who is not yet decided on the future says he will consider staying beyond his current deal if he has the energy for the challenge. Speaking to the media on Friday, Klopp was asked about his future and despite some stories earlier this week claiming the German may now extend his stay at the club, he said that was not the case.
“The plan is still the same,” he confirmed.
“Nothing has changed and if I decide in 2024 (either way), it’ll be nothing to do with the quality of the squad.”
“All we do is for the long term. This club must be even better when I am not here anymore. That’s the plan.”
“I’m full of energy but I have to make sure that is the case (in the future). I don’t want to sit around and be more tired and think. Wow! Why is everyone bothered about the things out there because I couldn’t care less?”
The 54-year-old signed his last deal in December 2019 but, as things stand, there will not be another extension to his terms.