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  • Updated: September 13, 2023

Klopp To Stay At Liverpool Amid Germany's Interest

Klopp To Stay At Liverpool Amid Germany's Interest

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has been ruled out of the running to become Germany's new head coach, according to his agent Marc Kosicke.

The German FA targeted the 56-year-old to coach its men's national team following the dismissal of Hansi Flick after Germany's 4-1 defeat to Japan on Saturday.

But Kosicke on Wednesday claimed Klopp is intent on honouring his contract at Anfield.

The Liverpool manager is currently contracted until 2026, having signed an extension in April 2022.

"Jurgen has a long-term contract with Liverpool and is not available for the national coaching position," Kosicke told Sportschau.

Klopp became Liverpool's head coach on October 8, 2015 after leaving Borussia Dortmund, where he won two league titles in 2011 and 2012 as well as the German Cup in 2012.

He has managed the Reds 435 times so far, winning 268 times, drawing 90 and losing 77.

In his seven years in charge of Liverpool, he has won six major trophies, namely: the Champions League, UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, Premier League, Carabao Cup and Emirates FA Cup.

Meanwhile, Rudi Voller has taken interim charge of Germany's men's national team and oversaw Tuesday's 2-1 victory over France in Dortmund.

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