Amid Liverpool’s recent struggles in the Premier League, a report has claimed Jurgen Klopp could consider an exit from the club.
According to reports from Germany, Jurgen Klopp could walk away from Liverpool in the summer of 2022.
The 53-year-old confirmed last week that he has no plans to leave the club anytime soon despite rumors of rifts between players amid claims that the German was considering his future.
Regardless, the German press continues to speculate about when Klopp could finally call it quits with the Reds.
The German manager has a contract at Anfield until 2024, but a report claims he might not see it through.
According to the front page of Bild, Klopp could leave Liverpool next summer and move on to replace Joachim Low as Germany boss.
As per the report, there is a 60 percent chance the Liverpool boss could look to his national side for his next job.
The outlet claims Klopp is likely going to return to his native country and has already worked out the timing of his decision.
Per the report, he would leave Liverpool next summer and take six months off before taking over as the Germany boss fully in early 2023.
There would also be the added incentive for Klopp, with Germany hosting the European Championships the following year, the third time on German territory.
The 53-year-old has spoken about the German national side on many occasions, and it won’t be out of place to think that his heart is set on the job as well.