The German manager won five trophies during his seven years at the club, including the 2019/20 Premier League title and the Champions League in 2019.

Recruitment over the next two summer windows is expected to focus on refreshing the squad after key players previously secured long-term renewals.

‘FSG acted very quickly as soon as they heard positive noises from Klopp’s camp’

“There was never any doubt, like when Jurgen Klopp hints he wants to stay at Liverpool, FSG acts – they did it in 2016 and 2019 – and they did it today.

“We were in training earlier today and it looked like something was going on like an official photo shoot. The club photographer was there, Klopp was there with his backstage team and then had a separate photo with his two assistants as well, and that gave an indication that things had moved on quite quickly.

“Just to put into context how quickly this has evolved, Mike Gordon, the chairman of the FSG, arrived yesterday (Wednesday) for the game and one of his main priorities was to carry out the talks with Klopp. He was also sat a few seats away from Jurgen’s agent, and all because of the positive noises coming from Klopp’s camp.

“FSG have moved very quickly given this positive movement from Klopp, as they also did in 2016 and 2019, and now Klopp is staying beyond 2024, he is staying until 2026. And of course he still remains the small question of the quadruple to opt for this season.

The run-in of the Premier League title race continues sky sports with two rearranged fixtures – Wolves v Manchester City and Southampton v Liverpool – to be shown live in May.

As things stand, Pep Guardiola’s City lead the Premier League by one point, followed by Klopp’s Reds, with five games of the season remaining.

Now two of their revamped fixtures are scheduled for next month and will be streamed live on sky sports.

Man City’s trip to Wolves will now be played on Wednesday May 11, with kick-off at 8.15pm. Liverpool’s visit to Southampton has been rescheduled for Tuesday May 17 with a 7.45pm kick-off.

Jamie Carragher analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of Liverpool and Manchester City on Monday Night Football and looked at the areas that could see them drop points as the Premier League title race hangs on the wire.

Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp’s sides are still a single point apart at the top of the Premier League table after beating Watford and Everton respectively at the weekend.

They have five games each left to play, with Liverpool facing what looks like the trickiest run-in on paper, but Carragher believes both teams will slip by the end of the campaign.

“We’re talking about two brilliant teams,” the Sky Sports pundit told Monday Night Football. “You can’t really separate them in one area of ​​the game, but I can see them both losing points.”


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