Jurgen Klopp has reaffirmed his commitment to Liverpool, with words that will be music to the ears of supporters.
Speaking in an interview with German outlet RTL, amidst questions over potentially taking over as the Germany national team manager, Klopp has given an unequivocal response.
“We’re building Liverpool 2.0 here, we want to attack again and not just look at how much longer can we go on,” Klopp said, via Sport Witness.
“I have a loyalty to Liverpool. My heart is here in Liverpool.”
The boss arrived at Liverpool eight years ago next month, and signed a new contract in April 2022 that ties him to the club until summer 2026 – which will bring up 11 years at Anfield.
It will be, by far, the longest tenure of his managerial career.
“You can’t just cut out the eight years,” he said. “I signed a contract here and, as far as I can remember, I wasn’t drugged…