Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool deal lasts until 2024, and he has no intention of leaving the Premier League giants to become Germany’s head coach. Jurgen Klopp has ruled out taking over as Germany’s coach from Joachim Low.

Klopp responded to the question of whether the work came too fast in his career by saying, “Maybe you should ask the question differently if I’m eligible for the job of manager or coach of the German national team after the summer – no.”

For several years, Joachim Low did an outstanding job. I believe he is one of our most effective and longest-serving servants in Germany. He did an outstanding job.”

“I understand he needs to make a splash at the European Championship and squeeze as much as he can out of this tournament, and then someone else can take over. I’m certain that, given the number of excellent German managers available at the moment, the German FA will find a satisfactory solution.”

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