Coach Klopp plans one-year break after Liverpool stint

Friday, 30 Aug, 2019

"Who can now say if he can give it his all in three years' time?"

"I took him off and he doesn't have to go away on global duty this time which will help him".

"I have absolute energy, but I have one problem: I can't to 'a little bit.' I can only do 'all or nothing'". I can only do "all or nothing". "It is very likely that I have refilled my energy-level after a year and can do every job I want to and that is suitable", the 2012 German Champion said. "I don't know yet, but I just wanted to mention so nobody is surprised if it happens", Klopp commented.

Klopp took over the reins from Liverpool FC in October 2015 from Brendan Rodgers.

Bayern, however, are deadly serious in their interest in the former Dortmund boss.

Klopp has swiftly transformed the Reds into one of Europe's most exciting teams, leading them to the Champions League title and second place in the Premier League last season.

"Juergen brought a new type of football to Germany". You miss out on a lot when it comes to household, you want to be devoted and centered to do a job like Liverpool.

However, the German head coach has been unable to steer the Merseyside outfit to Premier League title glory.

Coach Klopp plans one-year break after Liverpool stint
Coach Klopp plans one-year break after Liverpool stint

The club's current president Uli Hoeness said in February that he nearly made then-Mainz 05 coach Klopp Bayern's boss in 2008.

So I can see Klopp's logic in considering a break.

With today marking the 12-year anniversary of Lucas' debut for the Reds against Toulouse, we have looked back at how both he and his compatriots have contributed to Liverpool's history.

Meanwhile, the German football association (DFB) are also keen on Klopp eventually succeeding World Cup-winning coach Joachim Loew.

The Liverpool legend is hopeful that the club will sort out a new deal for the defender soon as he feels it important to hold on to a player who is only going to improve further.

He informed that he will take a sabbatical from work after his time with Liverpool.

And former Liverpool custodian Dudek, who spent six years at the club between 2001 and 2007 making 186 appearances, has claimed that Gerrard would be the ideal candidate to replace Klopp and goes on to add that the general feeling within the club is also the same.