Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has ruled himself out of the running for the vacant Germany job, according to his agent.
Marc Kosicke told Sportschau that Klopp is “not available” for the national coaching position and that his focus is “always been on the Liverpool project”.
Klopp has been linked with the Germany job following the resignation of Hansi Flick last month. The 55-year-old has a long history with the German national team, having played for them as a player and then served as an assistant coach under Joachim Low.
However, Klopp has said that he is happy at Liverpool and that he is not interested in leaving the club at this time.
“I have a long-term contract with Liverpool and I am not available for the national coaching position,” Klopp said. “My focus has always been on the Liverpool project and I am committed to helping the club achieve its goals.”
Klopp has been in charge of Liverpool since 2015 and has led the club to Champions League glory, Premier League title, UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, and FA Cup. He is widely regarded as one of the best managers in the world.
The Germany job is a tempting one, but Klopp has made it clear that he is not interested in leaving Liverpool at this time. He is determined to continue his work at the club and help them achieve even more success.
Klopp’s famous quote about Liverpool
One of Klopp’s most famous quotes about Liverpool is: “If you have never had success, then nobody knows how it is, but in Liverpool, everybody knows how it was.”
This quote reflects Klopp’s understanding of the passion and history of Liverpool Football Club. He knows that the fans have been through a lot of tough times, but he is also aware of their incredible resilience and support.
Klopp is determined to bring success back to Liverpool, and he knows that he has the support of the fans behind him. He is the right man to lead the club into a new era of glory.
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