‘He should start packing’: Fans want Jurgen Klopp to stay true to his word after he jokingly said he would go and manage in Switzerland if he didn’t win a title within four years at Liverpool
- Jurgen Klopp said in his first press conference he would win a title in four years
- He said this back in 2015 which means he would have to win a trophy this season
- The Merseyside club are behind City in the league with two games to go
Jurgen Klopp might be off to Switzerland in the summer if the Liverpool manager stays true to his word.
The 51-year-old jokingly said in his first press conference as the Reds boss that he would coach in Switzerland if his side did not win a title in four years.
Klopp said this back in 2015, which means he would have to win the Premier League or the Champions League this season.
Jurgen Klopp might be off to Switzerland if the Liverpool manager stays true to his word
With the Merseyside club behind City in the league with two games to go and 3-0 down to Barcelona going into their Champions League semi-final second leg on Tuesday, it’s unlikely the former Borussia Dortmund manager will win a title in four years.
Therefore, clubs in Switzerland will likely be on red alert to see if Klopp will keep his promise.
One person does not fancy Liverpool winning a trophy this season as they said: ‘He should start packing.’
Time seems to have passed someone by as they said: ‘Ooh how time flies.’
Another person rubbed salt in the wounds as they called the Liverpool boss: ‘Jurgen Flopp.’
The Reds boss said he would coach in Switzerland if his side did not win a title in four years
While one person on social media believes Switzerland clubs Young Boys and Basel will be keeping a close eye on the situation.
They posted a GIF of former wrestler John Cena looking surprised and said: ‘Basel and Young Boys when they see this…’
Liverpool will have to win both their remaining league games against Newcastle and Wolves and hope Manchester City slip up against Leicester and Brighton.
Failing that, they will have to overturn their 3-0 deficit in the second leg against already La Liga champions Barcelona at Anfield.