Liverpool have confirmed that manager Jurgen Klopp has signed a new contract with the club until 2026.
Klopp’s original contract lasted until 2024 and there were earlier concerns he would leave the club after his contract expired. Even so, reports emerged on Thursday that Liverpool had begun negotiating a new contract with the German and everything was done quickly.
Liverpool are also short on official confirmation, with Klopp staying at the club until 2026, with his assistants Pep Lijnders and Pete Krawietz still in place. has extended the contract with Liverpool to the same
On the club’s website, Klopp said of the contract extension. “There are many words I can use to describe how I feel about this news… It must begin with joy, humility, happiness, honor and excitement.”
“There are a lot of things that are passionate about this club. I knew before I came to this club, I knew better after I arrived and now I know better than ever.”
“It’s like a good relationship with other people. There has to be give and take, you have to fit each other. The feeling that we were the perfect match was what made me here in the first place. Because of that, I renewed the contract last time.”
“This time is different because of the time we’ve been together. I have to ask myself, is it appropriate to stay at Liverpool longer?
“Me and Pep Lijnders and Pete Krawietz, two of my assistants. Together, we came to the conclusion, ‘Yes!'”
“The club still has a fresh feeling and this is what motivates me. Throughout my time with the team, our owners have been incredibly dedicated and enthusiastic to this club. This is clear how this affects our future so far.”
Klopp has been in charge of Liverpool since October 2015 and has since led the team to the Champions League. followed by super Cup and World Club Championship before ending the wait for the Premier League title success
For this season, he has a chance to lead Liverpool to four trophies, having already won the Carabao Cup, as well as a league title contender one point behind Manchester City, FA Cup final and There is a chance to reach the Champions League final again.
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