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Jürgen Klopp Set to Leave Liverpool At End Of Season

German football manager Jürgen Norbert Klopp will leave the Liverpool Football Club at the end of this season after his admirable run for close to a decade.

He announced this at a broadcast posted by the Club on January 26, 2024.

He was appointed Manager of Anfield in 2015 in place of Brendan Rodgers and had up until 2026 for his contract to expire.

In a broadcast, the 56-year-old said, “I will leave at the end of the season,” citing depletion of his energy.

“It is that I am…running out of energy.”

He, however, allayed concerns about his health as he stated, “I have no problem now obviously, I think I know it for longer that I will have to announce that at one point. But I’m absolutely fine now but I also know that I cannot do the job again and again and again and again. After all the years we have had together and after all the time we spent together and after all the things we’ve been through together, the respect grew for you. The love grew for you and the least thing I owe you is the truth.”

Despite his love for the club, he expressed his conviction about the need to take a permanent leave from the job.

“I love absolutely everything about this club. I love everything about our city. I love everything about our supporters. I love this team. I love the staff. I love everything… {Taking} this decision shows you that I am convinced it’s one I have to take.”

The announcement has sent shock waves among the fans.

“Every second matters now We’ll miss you Klopp This is hard to take but I’m sure you have good reasons to step out,” one said.

“No we’re not ready for a goodbye,” commented another.

“You paused my life for a second.”

“Please, Klopp, do not leave the team. We need you to win championships with you.”

Klopp took the Reds from grass to grace, winning the Champions League in 2019 and the English Premier League in 2020, their first in history.

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