Klopp‘s contract was set to expire in 2026 after he was appointed in October 2015.
Before guiding Liverpool to their first league championship in thirty years in 2019–20, he won the Champions League in 2019.
With his team leading the Premier League, Klopp, 56, made his announcement. “I told the club already in November,” he remarked.
Later on, Klopp made history as the sole manager of Liverpool to win the FA Cup, EFL Cup, European Cup/Champions League, and league championship with the Reds.
When Liverpool defeated Tottenham in the Champions League final in Madrid in 2019, he led the team to their sixth European Cup.
They triumphed in the Fifa Club World Cup and the Uefa Super Cup in 2019–20, and most importantly, they won the Premier League championship.
Liverpool finished 2021–22 with a domestic cup double, although they were just short of a quadruple after losing to Real Madrid in the Champions League final in Paris and being defeated by Manchester City on the last day of the Premier League season.
Although it didn’t begin then, the previous season was undoubtedly one of the most challenging ever. There were times when, at other teams, the choice would have likely been made to “come on, thank you very much for everything, but probably we should split here, or end it here.” Obviously, that didn’t happen here,” Klopp continued.
“Let’s squeeze everything out of this season and have another thing to smile about when we look back in the future,” Klopp stated.
Along with Klopp, Vitor Matos, the elite development coach, and assistant managers Pepijn Lijnders and Peter Krawietz of Liverpool will also be leaving the team.
Source from BBC Sport.