Jurgen Klopp decides his fate with Liverpool: "I will leave in one case."
Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp revealed the truth about his departure from the Reds this season. Remarks showing that British newspapers had been published in Japanese newspapers showed: "Of course."
He added about his departure from Borussia Dortmund: "It's a smart question." In Dortmund, it was clear when I left in 2015 that something had to change. "Either the coach changes or a lot of other things change."
He continued, "For me, and based on what I hear if someone doesn't tell me I have to go, I'm not going." That means there may be a tipping point where we have to change other things.
He concluded: "We will see what happens, but it is for the future, in the summer or something else." It will not happen now, and at the moment we have space and time to think about it.
Liverpool is suffering in the English Premier League this season, as it ranks ninth with 28 points, 19 points behind leaders Arsenal, and 10 points behind Manchester United, who have the last qualifying position for the Champions League (fourth).