Jurgen Klopp speaks on leaving Liverpool


Jurgen Klopp has offered an update on his Liverpool future with his current contract set to expire in 2024

Speaking to ITV Sport ahead of Liverpool's FA Cup clash with Norwich City
, the German suggested he had not made a decision about his future with regards to potentially leaving Anfield at the end of his deal.

Ahead of West Ham United clash, Klopp insisted his plans on Merseyside remain unchanged and that he had spoken loosely when asked about his future in midweek.

"The plan is still the same," he told reporters. "I realised when I gave the answer, I thought, "Oh god!" but I couldn't get it back. I was just not in the situation.

"The plan is still the same. Nothing changed really and when I decide, or if I decide to leave, maybe I get the sack in '23, who knows?

"But if I decide in '24 that I will stop, it has nothing to do with the quality of the squad.

"It's not "My god, I have to manage them," or "My god, better to stop than be managing them." It's not like this, nothing to do with that.

"All the things we do are for the long term. All the things we do are for the long term. This club must be even better, especially when I am not here anymore. That’s the plan.

"That's what we are working on so it's not important how long I will stay, it's much more important how we do until then."

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