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Old 04-06-2019, 10:02 PM   #6766
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Sources: Klopp could take sabbatical from 2022

Jurgen Klopp could take a year's sabbatical at the end of his Liverpool contract in 2022 and while the club's owners are hopeful he will commit to an extension, they are minded not to put pressure on him, sources have told ESPN FC.

The 51-year-old, who celebrated his first trophy as Liverpool manager with a 2-0 Champions League final victory over Tottenham last Saturday, has repeatedly stated his desire to take a break from the "very intense" demands of management when his contract expires.

It is a matter he has considered with his family, and he has mentioned a 12-month rest period would be his preference in the past.

While owners Fenway Sports Group want Klopp to remain on Merseyside beyond the next three years of his contract, they would not want to put him in the position of turning down a new offer.

Improved terms would therefore only be drafted if the German requested it and he has not yet provided any indication as to whether he has changed his mind on having time out after 2022.

Given the strong relationship between Klopp and FSG president Mike Gordon, who stayed at the manager's house on Sunday evening after the team's victory parade, there would not be any formal discussions or a lengthy process if he did decide to extend his commitment.

This is evidenced by how Liverpool handled the six-year contract they gave the Reds boss in June 2016. During a conversation with Gordon, Klopp said he could imagine himself being at the club for the rest of his career. FSG's president then called principal owner John Henry and chairman Tom Werner before a fresh deal was drawn up in a matter of hours. Klopp, who had been on holiday in Ibiza before ferrying to Formentera, signed it on June 16 -- his 49th birthday. The news was only officially announced by Liverpool at the start of preseason the following month.

Guiding the club to a sixth European Cup title in Madrid will not have acted as a spark for FSG to reward the German -- they would have offered Klopp a new contract after last year's Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid in Kiev if he had wanted it. The owners believe that the scale of his influence at Liverpool cannot solely be measured by trophies.

They will have optimism that the former Mainz and Borussia Dortmund coach, who spent seven years at both clubs, indicates he wants to surpass that time at Anfield, where he has been since October 2015.

FSG will, however, respect Klopp's decision if he wants to stick to his plan of taking a break when his contract runs out.

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First Salah news, then this news. Maybe some people simply cannot stand the sight of Liverpool winning and start to spread fake news...
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Old 04-06-2019, 10:03 PM   #6767
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Some times I do wonder Wat the stories would have been had we failed....
If we failed, then no story liao lah....
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Old 04-06-2019, 10:24 PM   #6768
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goalscorers don't score. say buay gan lah... having goal drought la... going downhill lah...

goalscorers don't shoot. say buay gan lah... hesitate lah... sell lah...

goalscorers keep shooting. say selfish lah... glory-hunter lah... don't pass lah... better sell off lah...

imo... LUCKY YOU ARE NOT THE MANAGER OF REAL LIFE LFC
some one also say that we should sell firmino as he does not turn up in finals.
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Old 04-06-2019, 10:25 PM   #6769
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If we failed, then no story liao lah....
the story would still be salah, mane, firmino, VVD, Alisson all want to leave to win trophies.
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the story would still be salah, mane, firmino, VVD, Alisson all want to leave to win trophies.
And Liverpool considering Mourinho as replacement for Klopp after another trophyless season.....
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Old 04-06-2019, 10:55 PM   #6771
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Sources: Klopp could take sabbatical from 2022

Jurgen Klopp could take a year's sabbatical at the end of his Liverpool contract in 2022 and while the club's owners are hopeful he will commit to an extension, they are minded not to put pressure on him, sources have told ESPN FC.

The 51-year-old, who celebrated his first trophy as Liverpool manager with a 2-0 Champions League final victory over Tottenham last Saturday, has repeatedly stated his desire to take a break from the "very intense" demands of management when his contract expires.

It is a matter he has considered with his family, and he has mentioned a 12-month rest period would be his preference in the past.

While owners Fenway Sports Group want Klopp to remain on Merseyside beyond the next three years of his contract, they would not want to put him in the position of turning down a new offer.

Improved terms would therefore only be drafted if the German requested it and he has not yet provided any indication as to whether he has changed his mind on having time out after 2022.

Given the strong relationship between Klopp and FSG president Mike Gordon, who stayed at the manager's house on Sunday evening after the team's victory parade, there would not be any formal discussions or a lengthy process if he did decide to extend his commitment.

This is evidenced by how Liverpool handled the six-year contract they gave the Reds boss in June 2016. During a conversation with Gordon, Klopp said he could imagine himself being at the club for the rest of his career. FSG's president then called principal owner John Henry and chairman Tom Werner before a fresh deal was drawn up in a matter of hours. Klopp, who had been on holiday in Ibiza before ferrying to Formentera, signed it on June 16 -- his 49th birthday. The news was only officially announced by Liverpool at the start of preseason the following month.

Guiding the club to a sixth European Cup title in Madrid will not have acted as a spark for FSG to reward the German -- they would have offered Klopp a new contract after last year's Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid in Kiev if he had wanted it. The owners believe that the scale of his influence at Liverpool cannot solely be measured by trophies.

They will have optimism that the former Mainz and Borussia Dortmund coach, who spent seven years at both clubs, indicates he wants to surpass that time at Anfield, where he has been since October 2015.

FSG will, however, respect Klopp's decision if he wants to stick to his plan of taking a break when his contract runs out.

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First Salah news, then this news. Maybe some people simply cannot stand the sight of Liverpool winning and start to spread fake news...
Melissa Reddy is tier 1.
She, James Pierce and Joyce are consider more reliable in Liverpool news. I believe there some truth in it, we can see in next few weeks if Klopp really sign extension.

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if Klopp does not sign an extension, I get the sense that he will go all out and win us the EPL before he leaves.
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Old 04-06-2019, 11:23 PM   #6773
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Wow..RM signed 3 players already and still got Hazard yet to be announced
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Sturridge and Moreno thanked by LFC.

Both are leaving the club.

https://www.liverpoolfc.com/news/fir...s-contribution
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All the best Sturridge and Moreno
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Old 05-06-2019, 12:56 AM   #6776
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Expected them to leave this summer but nonetheless wish them the best. Both of them have great personality off the pitch and Moreno is close with all the Brazilian players. But is time to improve the depth and freshen up the squad.
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some one also say that we should sell firmino as he does not turn up in finals.
without firmino we would have no final as we wld have draw psg in the first game n gonna lose to napoli by 2 points
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Sturridge and Moreno thanked by LFC.

Both are leaving the club.

https://www.liverpoolfc.com/news/fir...s-contribution
Thanks Sturridge. Will move your dancing.

Moreno... Thank you for freeing up one space for a more capable player

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Old 05-06-2019, 02:09 AM   #6779
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"T̶h̶e̶ ̶o̶w̶n̶e̶r̶s̶ I believe that the scale of his influence at Liverpool cannot solely be measured by trophies."

This is my copy pasta answer to the question someone asked if Klopp should be sacked for not producing a league title in the next 2-3 years.
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Shaq confirms he is staying. Think he doesn't mind being a squad player.
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