Klopp hasn’t changed his mind and will leave Liverpool in 2024


Jurgen Klopp admitted nothing has changed and he will leave Liverpool when his deal runs out in 2024.
When asked if the squad he has built made him change his mind about leaving Anfield the German said: “Not really. The plan is still the same. 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.
“All the things are for the long term. This club must be even better, especially when I am not here any more, and that is the plan. That’s what we are working on. “It’s not so important how long I will stay. It’s much more important what we do until then.”
He admitted he will try and win more trophies with Liverpool. He said: “There is a long time and a lot of trophies out there so we will give it a try. The only other thing is there are many other teams who want to do it in Europe and England. It’s always a question of perspective. I heard maybe here and there that we could have won more.
“Now we won the Carabao Cup and all of a sudden we are only missing the FA Cup and then we have the whole collection.
“It’s really nice but I couldn’t be bothered about it. If there is a competition we will try to win it – and if not we still try to be the best version of ourselves.”
On the win in the Carabao Cup last Sunday Klopp hopes the win will bring the players on. He said: “The boys are confident. We were confident before. I think the big difference is it’s been a while since we had a big final.
“After the final whistle, or the final shot, it didn’t feel any different to winning the Champions League final.”