Jurgen Klopp told German news outlet Die Welt that he has no plans to break his contract with Liverpool to join Bayern Munich this summer.
Liverpool are two points clear at the top of the Premier League but need Manchester City to drop points in order to have the chance to go on and win the title.
Speaking to Die Welt, Klopp responded to a question asking him if it would be unrealistic picturing him at Bayern next season, saying: “I have a contract in Liverpool until 2022. And no one here has the feeling that we should dissolve it.
“Neither from the owners nor from my side there is even a tendency in this direction. So nobody has to think about something like that.”
Klopp has shown no interest in leaving Liverpool and, with the German still chasing his first title as Reds boss, he has unfinished work on Merseyside that he is desperate to see completed.
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With his side top of the Premier League and facing a very favourable Champions League quarter-final draw against Porto, he could make it to the semi-finals again after last season’s dramatic European journey.
The next month and a half will be hugely exciting for Liverpool supporters and, if things go according to plan, it could end with a Premier League and Champions League double.
Having said that, most fans would be over the moon with just one trophy this season. But the fact that there is even a conversation to be had about their chances of winning a memorable double highlights the incredible job Klopp has done at Anfield.
He has managed to transform Liverpool from a plucky top seven side into one of the most thrilling and menacing teams in all of Europe while making the club money at the same time.
Even if Klopp was to jump ship, he would be leaving Liverpool in a better position than any manager has done for the past two decades.
As it is, there is nothing to be worried about regarding Klopp leaving the club. Let us just enjoy the next seven weeks of football as they promise to be sensational.