Klopp committed Liverpool to leading a “necessary” renovation.

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Klopp committed Liverpool to leading a “necessary” renovation.

Jürgen Klopp says the opportunity to spearhead a ‘needed’ Liverpool rebuild was a key motivation behind his decision to sign a new contract last year.

Klopp has dedicated his future to the Reds, who have won seven trophies, including the Premier League and Champions League, until 2026 after signing a new contract last April.

After nearing his unprecedented quad last season, Liverpool have been disappointed this season as he sits ninth, 10 points behind him in the top four of the Premier League.

With Liverpool stars such as Jordan Henderson and Fabinho struggling this season, many viewers suggested the Reds squad needed a refresher, and Klopp agreed.

“I’m not saying it was the biggest challenge, but it was the challenge and it was one of the main reasons I signed the new contract. The podcast. “Imagine the current situation with another coach sitting in the chair instead of something that happened overnight. I was on vacation somewhere and everyone was screaming my name. prize.

“Obviously, I’m not a miracle worker. There are a lot of problems in transition, so it’s okay. There are so many injuries that make life very complicated.

“Of course I know that the majority of the outside world is only interested in the short term, so I have no problem with that, but we also look at the long term. I have to.”

Liverpool are not the only giant marooned in mid-table this season, with Chelsea below them on goal difference after the sides played out a dismal goalless draw on Saturday.

While Chelsea have spent big to attract Mykhaylo Mudryk and Benoit Badiashile in the current transfer window, Klopp insists Liverpool cannot afford to conduct business in the same way.

“There are obviously plenty of different ways you can do it, but it’s all based on the situation you are in,” he said.

“Chelsea with the new ownership obviously… nobody knows exactly how they do it, how they can spend this much money.

“Nobody likes me talking about other teams, but transition needs time if you don’t have endless money, otherwise you can change it overnight pretty much, by bringing in 10 players.”

While Klopp will have spent 11 years at Anfield if he sees out the remainder of his contract, he does not believe he will stay in the game as long as some other coaches have. “I know I dream about football, so it’s not cool…the job is incredibly demanding, but it’s also great,” Klopp added.

“When Roy Hodgson came back [to Watford last season], I met him and asked him: ‘Do you have wet flats? I love it”.

“I can’t imagine being on the bench for training after 70 and standing in the wind for two hours in any weather, above all. I can’t imagine it. “I hope other things are interesting enough for me. I’m really okay with not getting involved further.”

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