Breaking news’ Jurgen Klopp exit confirmed as new manager revealed

Germany is looking for a new leader after dismissing Hansi Flick.


The 56-year-old Liverpool manager’s representative has shot down rumors that he would leave for the open position as Germany manager. After Hansi Flick was fired by Die Mannschaft at the weekend, Reds supporters might have thought their manager would leave the team.

Following a 4-1 friendly loss to Japan in Wolfsburg, Flick was sentenced to death. The former Bayern Munich manager, who received his marching orders, became the first German manager to be fired since the position was established in 1926.

Prior to the setback to Japan, the team suffered losses to Colombia and Poland in quick succession. Tuesday night’s 2-1 victory over France marked a turnaround for Germany in Flick’s absence.


Now that the country is searching for their new permanent manager, Klopp was obviously thought to be a name on the top of their hit list.


But according to Marc Kosicke, the agent for Liverpool’s manager, “Jurgen has a long-term contract with Liverpool and is not available for the national coaching position.”


In April of last year, Klopp pledged his future to Liverpool, and his current contract is expected to keep him there until 2026. Having previously stated that he will need a break from the game in 2024, it is unclear if he will try to stay over that time.




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