Jurgen Klopp’s agent says the German “has no intention of resigning”

Marc Kosicke has clarified Jurgen Klopp has no intention of leaving Liverpool amidst all the rumours.

As relayed by Goal, the representative of Jurgen Klopp has insisted the Liverpool manager will not resign from his post and will remain committed to his job. The Reds have had a pretty tough start to their season and have already lost four matches in the Premier League, double their last season’s tally.

Despite the difficult situation, the Liverpool hierarchy is in no mood to bring a change in the dugout and will likely sanction hefty funds in January as Klopp will need reinforcements given their recent showings on the pitch.

They have qualified for the Champions League knockout stage but are positioned a distant ninth in the English top flight and are 15 points adrift of table toppers Arsenal.

They would be needing some monumental results to bridge the gap with the top four and anything but a place outside the top four would be seen as a shambolic performance.

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Jurgen Klopp is regarded as one of the most successful managers in Liverpool’s history as he accumulated a number of talented players and has turned the tide in the last few years winning the Champions League and the Premier League once.

His imminent future has been a subject of speculation, but his agent Marc Kosicke now confirmed the German manager is in no mood to leave the club.

“I can assure that Jürgen Klopp has no intention of resigning from Liverpool FC. The fact that problems could arise this season due to the past intensive season was taken into account by the club’s owners before the start of the season.

“Jurgen enjoys the backing of the people in charge and is in regular contact with them. He loves the club, his team and the fans and is determined to continue and successfully complete the transition in Liverpool. He didn’t extend his contract until 2026 for nothing.”

It remains to be seen whether Liverpool manages a fightback from this point or they continue to take a further plunge downward this season. The win over Napoli this week might be a sign of a turnaround.

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