Do you remember life before Jürgen Klopp? It was a tough time to be a Liverpool fan. We went 30 years without a league title, we came so close so often but always fell short. To think that there’s a day in the future when the boss may no longer be in the dugout is a frightening thought – that day could be further away than we think, Danny Mills has tipped Jürgen Klopp to sign another new contract at Liverpool.

Jürgen Klopp could sign a new contract at Liverpool according to Danny Mills.

Jürgen Klopp could sign a new contract at Liverpool according to Danny Mills. (Photo by Max Maiwald/DeFodi Images via Getty Images)

It hasn’t been long since Jürgen Klopp signed his last contract with Liverpool. The gaffer signed a new deal last December which will keep him at the club until at least 2024.

Since signing his extended deal the boss has secured the club’s first league title in 30 years, further cementing his legacy as one of Anfield’s greatest managers.

Success on the field could see Klopp sign another new contract according to Danny Mills, the ex-England international told Football Insider:

“If Jurgen Klopp is enjoying his football at Liverpool and he is doing well they will keep rewarding him with new contracts.

“He has four years left and this time next year they’ll give him another four years.”

 

What RTK has to say

Although this would be a dream for Kopites all over the world we cannot see Jürgen Klopp signing a new contract any time soon.

The German’s most recent contract is most likely his last, we can’t expect him to stick around forever – no matter how much we want him to.

Having said this, building a dynasty could entice the gaffer to stick around a bit longer. How could you walk away from the sight of the Liverpool trophy parade? How can you walk away from nearly a million people on the streets cheering your name?

If Jürgen were to stay then he would be critical to achieving the sort of dominance we saw Manchester United enjoy under Sir Alex Ferguson. He has a track record of bringing through youth players and getting the best out of bargain signings, these are traits critical to long term success.

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