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Jurgen Klopp, the current manager of Liverpool, has decided to step down from his role at the conclusion of the season, citing a depletion of energy as the primary reason for his departure.

Klopp, who assumed the position in October 2015 with a contract originally extending until 2026, has experienced immense success during his tenure.

Under Klopp's leadership, Liverpool secured the Champions League title in 2019 and clinched their first Premier League championship in 30 years during the 2019-20 season. Despite his significant achievements, Klopp informed the club of his decision back in November, emphasizing his love for every aspect of the club, including the city, supporters, team, and staff.

Expressing gratitude for the respect and love that has grown over the years, Klopp asserted that the truth compelled him to make this decision. He acknowledged that, despite his positive feelings toward the club, he recognized his diminishing energy levels and the inability to continually fulfill the demanding role.

Liverpool, under Klopp's management, has achieved unparalleled success, securing every major honor, including their sixth European Cup in 2019. The team further claimed victory in the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup. Notably, Klopp guided Liverpool to the Premier League title in the subsequent season.

While Liverpool narrowly missed out on a quadruple in the 2021-22 season, losing the Premier League title to Manchester City and the Champions League final to Real Madrid, they still achieved a domestic cup double. Despite a trophy-less season last year, the team is currently in contention for four trophies this season, having recently advanced to the Carabao Cup final after defeating Fulham. Photo by Tim Reckmann from Hamm, Deutschland, Wikimedia commons.