Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists he will not manage another team in England after leaving the Reds in the summer.
Jurgen Klopp announced on Friday that he is leaving Liverpool at the end of the season, after nine years in charge. Klopp, who has won six trophies with Liverpool, has explained he is “running out of energy”.
Klopp has revealed he may retire at age 56 and insisted he will now take a break from management for at least a year. The German coach also said he would never manage another club in England other than Liverpool.
He said LFC TV: “If you ask me now if I will ever manage again? I would say no. But you don’t know obviously as I’ve never had this situation. But I do know definitely I will never manage a different club in England than Liverpool. It is impossible.
“I will find something else to do. But I will not manage a club or country for at least a year.”
Liverpool currently is at the top of the Premier League, five points ahead of Manchester City. They have reached the Carabao Cup final, while they still can win the Europa League and the FA Cup.