Hansi Flick is under significant pressure following Germany’s shocking World Cup group-stage exit, and Jurgen Klopp has been heavily linked to the position in recent days.
After Germany was eliminated from the World Cup, Hansi Flick’s agent, Marc Kosicke, appeared to rule out Jurgen Klopp taking over as manager of the national team.
Germany finished third in Group F with just four points from their three games. Japan won the group with six points, while Spain took second place on goal differential.
Thursday’s 4-2 victory over Costa Rica wasn’t enough for Flick’s team, who once again exited the competition in the group stages.
As Germany analyzes what went wrong with their disappointing World Cup campaign, Flick has come in for more criticism, and his position is anticipated to be reviewed the following week.
The Germans failed to advance past the group stage in the previous tournament, so this is the second consecutive time that has happened.
If Flick loses his job, Klopp has since been linked with the Germany job. However, Kosicke has appeared to put an end to those rumors by saying the 55-year-old ‘intends to fulfill’ his Liverpool contract.
In April, Klopp renewed his contract for two more years, keeping him at the club through the end of the 2025–26 season, his eleventh.
Jurgen has a contract that runs through 2026, and Kosicke said he intends to fulfill it in an interview with Sky Germany.
The brief statement follows Kosicke’s last month statement reiterating Klopp’s commitment to Liverpool’s long-term project.
With just six victories in their first 14 Premier League games, the Reds have had a shaky start to the season. However, Klopp is eager to turn things around when the league resumes at the end of the month.
Jurgen Klopp has no plans to leave Liverpool FC, according to remarks made by Klopp’s agent in the first week of November.
Before the start of the season, the club’s owners took into consideration the possibility that issues could develop this year as a result of the prior intense season.