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Is he staying? Liverpool title changes Jurgen Klopp's plans

Jurgen Klopp wants to leave Anfield as one of the greats

By Charles Cornwall

 Klopp very worried
Klopp very worried
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Liverpool's big win over Chelsea in the Carabao Cup is a great reflection of all that Jürgen Klopp has done at Liverpool, where he has already put his name among the greatest in the club's history. However, Klopp is still thinking big and will be looking to continue to write a great story with the Reds, one that is unique and will be remembered for many years to come.

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So this victory raises some doubts as to whether the German coach could change his mind about his decision to leave at the end of the season. This, however, is unlikely, as it has been shown that Klopp can be worn down in every game, as refereeing failures always cause the German coach to become overexcited and lose more and more energy.

However, Klopp's project is taking a new direction, despite the fact that time is running out for the end of the season. Klopp's new phase at Anfield is now to leave a team with many youngsters who can maintain Klopp's legacy on Merseyside, and despite initially occupying the team out of necessity, Klopp now has a firm conviction about the youngsters.

Before the good results despite having so many injured players, Klopp has realised that the youth players are able to replace any player, and despite not having their top stars such as Trent Alexander Arnold, Mohamed Salah or Darwin Nunez, the youth players have stood up for the team and have taken it forward, so now Klopp is committed to polishing the potential of the youth players.

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