Jurgen Klopp’s next venture in place as ex-Liverpool manager signs three-year contract


After Jurgen Klopp announced in January that he would be stepping down as Liverpool manager, he confirmed plans for a sabbatical before considering his return to football.

Now officially an ex-Reds boss following the season’s end, Klopp is relishing the early weeks of his break from the sport. However, this hasn’t prevented his agency from securing a new deal for him post-Liverpool.

Project MJK, Klopp’s management team, has revealed a partnership with global sports marketing agency SPORTFIVE, who will act as their commercial and marketing representative for the next three years.

As part of the agreement, SPORTFIVE will focus on enhancing Klopp’s global brand presence and developing international partnerships and markets, particularly in Asia and the USA, as MJK seeks to explore new market expansion opportunities.

This deal led to the launch of a personal Instagram account for Klopp last month by Project MJK and SPORTFIVE, aiming to bring the German closer to his fans and extend his global reach. But this is just the beginning of their plans, reports the Liverpool Echo.


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