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Jurgen Klopp Next Job: Betting Odds and Offers


Jurgen Klopp sensationally announced his decision to step down from the Liverpool job at the end of the season in late January, bringing an end to a nine-year stay at Anfield.

The Germany has been a hugely popular figure on Merseyside, guiding the Reds to their first Premier League title in 30 years in 2019/20, lifting the Champions League as well as reaching two finals, and fighting it out with Pep Guardiola’s side in some of the best title races in recent memory.

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We are already keeping an eye on who might replace Klopp in the Anfield hotseat, but although Klopp has suggested he may take a break from football - possibly even for good - there is plenty of intrigue on where he might end up next.

The immediate favourite destination was the German national job. They have bounced from manager to manager in recent years and have been on a prolonged period of poor form, with many people touting Klopp as the man to turn things around, though he might have to wait until after the home Euros this summer.

With Xavi also moving on from Barcelona at the end of the season, there are plenty of opportunities out there, and here is how the market looks.

Jurgen Klopp Next Job Odds

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Germany2/5
Any Saudi Arabian Team8/1
Barcelona8/1
Real Madrid9/1
England10/1
Borussia Dortmund12/1
Bayern Munich14/1
PSG14/1
AC Milan16/1
Atletico Madrid16/1
Bayer Leverkusen16/1
Juventus16/1
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