Jurgen Klopp details next move as outgoing Liverpool boss outlines summer plans


Jurgen Klopp’s next stop after his Liverpool departure will be a trip to Wembley to watch Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League final.

The German announced his Reds exit earlier this year and, once his commitments at Anfield are over, he’ll head to watch his former side compete in the European Cup final at Wembley. Dortmund have enjoyed an unfancied journey, seeing off PSG in the semi-finals.

The last time they were in the Champions League final they played as underdogs in London. On that occasion, they took on Bayern Munich with Klopp in the dugout and their former manager, who retains iconic status, will be among those cheering them on against Jude Bellingham’s Real Madrid.

After that Klopp, who has only had a matter of months out of a job since entering management two decades ago, is looking forward to some time away.

He was quizzed on his next move and told Liverpool’s website: “Holiday. (The) Champions League final with Dortmund, I got invited, so we will watch that. It’s not that I tried a lot (previously to go on holiday), so I didn’t have time. I had time but a summer holiday for me at least at the end of the season was like falling on the first available sunbed and having a phone here and talking to agents, sporting directors, stuff like that

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