Jurgen Klopp has hit out over questions on his future, wondering why Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola doesn’t get the same treatment.
Klopp led Liverpool to their maiden Premier League title last season though many are wondering just how long he will remain at Anfield.
Klopp previously suggested he would take a sabbatical once his contract ran out in 2022 though then extended his deal until 2024.
Though the former Borussia Dortmund boss is not worried about what the future holds though has questioned why Guardiola doesn’t get asked the same question.
When asked where he sees himself in four years, in an interview with Leeroy Matata on YouTube, Klopp replied: “A lot of people ask me this question. I have never heard someone ask Pep Guardiola about that but his contract ends next year.
“I’ve got four years left which feels like an eternity in football. A lot can happen during this time.
“I would assume that in four years I will think about whether to renew or not. If I don't renew, I'll go on holiday.
“When I leave Liverpool, I won't take a new job the next day. That's for sure. I will take a one-year break after Liverpool.”
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Guardiola has spoken about his future with plenty of speculation over whether he would stay amid City’s Champions League exit.
“Everything will work out naturally and in the right way,” the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss said.
“We have the right people involved. We have the right trust in each other and what’s best will happen.”
While he had said at the start of 2020: "I’m staying unless they sack me – 100 per cent, unless they don’t like it.
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"I’ve said it many times. Not because we won the last two games. I’m sorry, I’m going to stay.
"I enjoy working with them, I like it. But even if it was going bad I’m not going anywhere.
"No manager wins all the time, we’ve lost some games so what can we do to get better, it’s simple."
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