Jurgen Klopp new contract – Jurgen Klopp has agreed to a new contract with Liverpool until 2024 to help the club develop even further and also to leave a legacy at Liverpool. Klopp is set to become the longest-serving manager at the end of his term since Bob Paisley. His assistants, Peter Krawietz and Pepijn Lijnders have also committed to the club for the next five years.
The group that owns the football club, Fenway Sports Group, have been trying to pen the 52-year-old German ever since they won the UEFA Champions League last year. The German has spent seven years at FC Mainz and Borussia Dortmund making Liverpool his longest-serving as a manager because he believes that his project at the club is still ongoing and there is a lot to come.
Jurgen Klopp new contract
Klopp believes that there are some objectives and targets that still need to be achieved at the club and with him staying, it makes it easier for Liverpool to make more signings as they have been currently linked with a Japanese midfielder named Takumi Minamino, who is set to join the reds in the winter. Klopp said to the media that when you try to sign a player, they are concerned about how long the coach is going to stay with them. Hence, his extension is even more essential.
Jurgen Klopp new contract – Liverpool has also announced a new contract for James Milner who too has committed to the club till 2022. The Englishmen’s deal was about to expire but Klopp was keen to extend the pivotal midfielder’s contract as he is able to put excellent shifts and work rates whenever he is on the pitch. He has signed a contract for 2 and a half years.
Jurgen Klopp new deal with Liverpool FC – Liverpool currently sits on a commanding lead at the top of the table in the Premier League with an 8 point lead as they are on track to win their first Premier League title after 30 years. They will also be aiming to land a first Club World Cup. Liverpool are also considering to upgrade their existing stadium by building a new stand that will increase the capacity to more than 61,000.