Jurgen Klopp won’t join Germany as their head coach; confirms agent

Jurgen Klopp’s agent has confirmed that he won’t join Germany as head coach and will only focus on Liverpool after Germany sacked Hansi Flick a few days back.

Hansi Flick’s recent dismissal as the head coach of the German national football team, speculation had been arising about who might succeed him in one of the most important roles in international football management. Jurgen Klopp, the manager of Liverpool FC was one of the names to replace him. However, any hopes among German football fans of seeing Klopp wear the national team’s responsibility has been denied, as his agent has officially confirmed that Klopp is firmly committed to Liverpool and will not be taking up the role of head coach for Germany.

The news came as a sigh of relief for Liverpool supporters around the world, who have come to admire Klopp not only for his tactical brilliance but also for his passion and dedication to the club. Klopp has been at the liverpool since 2015 and has transformed the Reds into one of the most formidable footballing forces globally, with a historic Premier League title win in 2020 and a UEFA Champions League triumph in 2019.


Klopp’s agent made it clear that Jurgen Klopp’s focus remains entirely on Liverpool,  responsibility towards the club, the fans, and the players. His commitment to the club is like before and he has no intention of leaving his post as Liverpool’s manager.