Liverpool new next manager odds and favorites list to replace Jurgen Klopp in 2024/25

Liverpool new next manager odds and favorites list to replace Jurgen Klopp in 2024/25

Jurgen Klopp has officially announced his decision to step down as the manager of Liverpool at the end of the current season with the new next coach odds out

This revelation comes as a shock to the football world, considering Klopp’s successful tenure at the club since his appointment in 2015.

Liverpool new next manager odds and favorites names list to replace Jurgen Klopp in 2024/25

The 56-year-old expressed that he is “running out of energy,” prompting his early exit from a contract that was initially set to conclude in 2025/26. During Klopp’s impressive stint at Liverpool, he led the team to UEFA Champions League finals in 2018 and 2022, securing the trophy in 2019.

Additionally, he guided Liverpool to their first Premier League title in the 2019/20 season, amassing a record-breaking 99 points. Klopp’s accomplishments earned him back-to-back FIFA Coach of the Year awards in 2019 and 2020.

Favorites to Became New Manager

Following Klopp’s announcement, the favorites to succeed him as the new Liverpool manager have been revealed as:

Xabi Alonso at 1/1,

Roberto De Zerbi at 7/2,

Julian Nagelsmann at 12/1,

Steven Gerrard at 12/1,

Luis Enrique at 14/1,

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Diego Simeone at 20/1,

Luciano Spalletti at 20/1,

Antonio Conte at 25/1,

Graham Potter at 25/1,

Jose Mourinho at 25/1,

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Ange Postecoglou at 33/1,

Massimiliano Allegri at 33/1,

Thomas Frank at 33/1, and

Rafael Benitez at 50/1.

Klopp clarified that he informed the club of his decision back in November, citing a diminishing energy level as the primary reason for stepping down. Despite the ongoing 2023/24 season, Klopp will continue to manage the team until the end, overseeing the remaining fixtures.

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Who Else is Leaving?

The assistant managers Pepijn Lijnders and Peter Krawietz, along with elite development coach Vitor Matos, will also leave their positions at the conclusion of the season.

Klopp emphasized the need for transparency in announcing his decision, expressing his love for the club, the city, and the supporters. He acknowledged that the decision was made after careful consideration of his ability to continue in the demanding role.

As Liverpool remains in contention for multiple trophies this season, Klopp urged the team and fans to focus on the current campaign, postponing formal goodbyes until his final match in charge in May.

He expressed confidence in the team’s strength and resilience, encouraging them to make the most of the remaining months of the season.

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