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What will happen to Jurgen Klopp after Liverpool sale revealed

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What will happen to Jurgen Klopp after Liverpool sale revealed

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Fenway Sports Group (FSG) are open to selling Liverpool for more than £4billion after winning eight trophies in 12 successful years and Jurgen Klopp’s long-term future could be in doubt.

FSG purchased the Reds for just £300million in October 2010 and it’s believed they could recuperate more than £4billion from a sale.

It’s still very early days in the saga, with blue-chip investment companies Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley overseeing any negotiations and sale.

FSG have proceeded over one of the most successful eras in Liverpool’s history – winning eight trophies, including their first league title in 30 years – and were responsible for the appointment of Klopp in October 2015. The German won seven of those eight honours.

Klopp is one of Liverpool’s most popular managers due to his success and positive relationship with supporters.

There were concerns he would step down from his role in June 2024, but those worries were quashed in April when he signed a new four-year deal.

Yet those concerns are now back on the table. According to The Athletic, Klopp signed a new contract because he was told FSG would remain as owners of the Liverpool for the ‘long haul’. The German has a good working relationship with FSG chief Mike Gordon.

Klopp went on to describe FSG as the “best owners I have worked for”.

It’s unclear whether Klopp would reconsider his position if there is a change of ownership at Liverpool. It’s not uncommon to see managers depart if new custodians arrive, such as when Thomas Tuchel was replaced by Graham Potter just months after Todd Boehly’s purchase of Chelsea.

Klopp is also an outspoken critic of state-ownership in football and the upcoming World Cup in Qatar.

He recently insisted “there are three clubs in world football [Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City and Newcastle ] who can do what they want financially”. There’s every chance a state could be interested in purchasing Liverpool.

Klopp would not struggle to land another job if he was to leave Merseyside.

This article was updated 2 months ago


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