Jurgen Klopp has no intention of resigning as Liverpool manager, his adviser Marc Kosicke confirmed to Sky Sports Germany on Tuesday. Klopp will continue to manage Liverpool despite the team’s poor start in the Premier League.
“I can assure you that Jurgen Klopp never considered leaving Liverpool,” Kosicke told Sky Sports Germany in an interview. “The owners of the club have also taken into account any potential problems this season due to the intensive schedule.”
“Jurgen enjoys the support of his holders and is in regular contact with them. He loves the club, his team and the fans and is determined to continue driving Liverpool’s transformation toward a successful end. He will not make himself The extension to 2026 was in vain.”
Kosicke’s remarks were seen as a blowback to the British media. So far this season, Liverpool under Klopp has only recorded 4 wins, 4 draws, 4 losses and 16 points, ranking ninth in the standings. Many media have spread the news of Klopp’s imminent resignation, which has caused widespread concern. However, Kosicke’s latest statement should reassure Liverpool fans.
Germany’s Sky Sports pointed out that Klopp still enjoys the full trust of the high-level, and the upgrade of the team’s lineup is also dominated by him. It is reported that Liverpool plans to take reinforcement measures for the midfield position, and RB Leipzig midfielder Konrad Leimer is the number one target in the Red Army’s signing list.