Jurgen Klopp will likely wait until his contract expires in 2024 before quitting Liverpool.
That is according to ex-Arsenal and Everton striker Kevin Campbell, speaking exclusively after Football Insider revealed the 53-year-old is livid with his FSG bosses.
Klopp feels the owners were “hanging him out to dry” when they left him to face the press in the midst of the European Super League debacle.
The German signed a contract extension in December 2019, committing himself to the club until the summer of 2024.
Campbell dismissed the idea that Klopp would “walk” and instead suggested that he will wait until his current deal runs out.
He told Football Insider correspondent Dylan Childs: “If he wants to walk then he walks but I don’t see why he would.
“Klopp is under contract but might end up saying he’s not going to renew. Managers are employees at the end of the day.
“What the Super League stuff has done is made people realise that there is a hierarchy in football clubs and not everybody is privy to the big decisions.
“Klopp, Arteta and all these managers have to come out and face the press not knowing a great deal about anything. I mean, wow, how unfair is that?
“These decisions are made upstairs. His job is to prepare the team and get them to win. Sometimes he gets an order from upstairs and has to deal with it.”
Liverpool have mounted the weariest of title defences in 2020-21 and are in danger of not qualifying for the Champions League.
Klopp’s side are currently in 7th place, two points behind Chelsea in 4th.