Liverpool chairman Tom Werner has told manager Jurgen Klopp that he can stay at the club for ‘as long as he likes’.
The Reds chief was speaking in his latest interview monitored by the Liverpool Echo amidst the transfer rumours linking Jurgen Klopp with the vacant managerial job at Italian champions Juventus.
The Italians are looking for a new permanent manager after the exit of Maximiliano Allegri this summer.
Italian tactician Allegri spent four years at Juventus leading the Old Lady to five successive Serie A titles.
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The former AC Milan manager replaced Antonio Conte as the Juventus manager in 2014 and he went on to lead the Italian champions to the Champions League final in his debut campaign before they were beaten 3-1 by Spanish champions Barcelona.
He led them to another Champions League final two years later and it also ended in a defeat to the Spanish opposition, a 4-1 loss to Real Madrid.
Liverpool are also in the Champions League final thanks to Jurgen Klopp.
The German tactician has transformed the fortunes of Liverpool since he became the Reds boss in 2015.
Klopp replaced Brendan Rodgers in October 2015 but he’s yet to win a trophy for Liverpool who is still on a seven-year trophy drought.