Jurgen Klopp has been backed to stay at the Anfield helm for a decade by renowned Spanish journalist Guillem Balague.
The Reds have been taken back to the top of domestic and European football under the guide of the German manager, and fans would be more than happy to keep him around on a long-term basis.
The Liverpool boss’ current deal has three years remaining on it, as per the BBC, and Balague has tipped Klopp to extend his contract by a further three years.
“He’s so comfortable, he’s so happy,” he said on his YouTube channel. “Even from there, there is nothing else for him. He’s mentioned that in the past.
“Seven years at Liverpool and that’s it? Maybe 10 years at Liverpool, but what’s quite clear is that he is very comfortable, he is very happy.”
Klopp has taken Liverpool to three consecutive European finals, and you’d have to imagine that he’d reach a few more if he remains at Anfield until – at least – 2025.
After losing 3-0 to Barcelona at the Nou Camp, it seemed as if the Reds wouldn’t get to back-to-back Champions League finals, but the lads, and Klopp, didn’t give up.
The atmosphere at Anfield was electric, there’s no doubt in my mind that this shook Barcelona to their core, and the Reds ran out 4-0 winners on the night (4-3 victors on aggregate).