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Coming from Fabrizio Romano Manchester United fans go crazy as Jurgen Klopp makes feelings clear on taking Manchester United Job after Sir Jim Ratcliffe promise to pay him double of his salary

Many people in the football world were surprised when Jurgen Klopp said on Friday morning that he was leaving Liverpool at the end of the season because he was tired.

Klopp has made it clear that he has no plans to manage other English teams like Manchester United, Arsenal, or Chelsea after leaving Anfield, even though he has led Liverpool to a great start to the season.

The former boss of Borussia Dortmund said he would not be in charge of any other club or country for at least a year. He said he couldn’t go back to the Premier League permanently because he had a strong link to Liverpool and couldn’t manage anywhere else in England. In an interview with Sky Sports, Klopp talked about how much he loves and respects Liverpool and how the club is like a big part of his family.

Klopp said, “Liverpool is like a family to me; we feel at home here, and there’s no way I would ever think about managing somewhere else.” He talked about how committed he was to Liverpool and how responsible he felt about making the choice about his future. Klopp knew how well-known he was at Liverpool, which meant he couldn’t be fired.

Klopp said that he will be working again, but that he won’t be leading a club or country for at least a year. He agreed that a different goal was needed and said he was willing to look into other options.

Klopp’s exit has led to a lot of talk about who might take over. Former Liverpool midfielder Xabi Alonso, Brighton manager Roberto De Zerbi, and Al-Ettifaq’s head coach Steven Gerrard are all names that have been linked to the job. As the season goes on, more prospects are likely to come forward as the news of Klopp’s departure spreads.

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