Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is planning to stay at the Reds for more than seven years, according to the Times journalist Paul Joyce.
The trusted local reporter has suggested in a recent article that Klopp is intending to stay for a longer period than his tenures at his two previous clubs, Mainz and Borussia Dortmund.
Supporters on Twitter are delighted by the news that the German won’t be leaving Anfield any time soon:
If he doesn’t I’ll riot
— Aditya (@LFCaditya_) June 26, 2020
Just when you thought the day could not get any better#YNWA
— Ameen (@Ameen_LFC) June 26, 2020
RIP every other team.
— 19 (@kop6_) June 26, 2020
Protect this man at all costs
— anfield legend (@DarraghMcdonog1) June 26, 2020
— 🄻🄾🄸🅂 🏆 CHAMPIONS (@loiis_11) June 26, 2020
Hopefully a life time until he’s ready to retire 😎
— Mike Newell (@MikeNew1106) June 26, 2020
Let’s hope he stays another 20 years ❤🏆🚩
— Paul Jeffrey (@crazypaul17) June 26, 2020
Why would he want to leave?so much more to do at Liverpool and where would he go where he would get has much pleasure?
— Darren (@Dappro70) June 26, 2020
@JohnMor76739808 this day just gets better
— Darren Morrissey (@daropool90) June 26, 2020
Klopp currently has a contract that expires in 2024, which means he would have spent close to nine years with the Reds if he sees out the remaining years on his current deal.
It appears he is indeed committed for staying for that long, at least, which will be music to the ears of every Liverpool fan considering the unprecedented levels of success he has brought the Merseyside club over the past four and half years.
The Premier League title is his fourth major trophy in the last twelve months and supporters will be hoping there is many more to come.