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Andy Robertson responds when asked if Jurgen Klopp will change his mind if Liverpool win the Quadruple



Jurgen Klopp announced that he was leaving Liverpool in January.

The German has made it clear that he intends to leave the club at the end of the season, but, as ever, there are some Liverpool supporters living with the slither of hope that the manager changes his mind.

To be fair, there are a number of reasons why Klopp would change his mind. He loves the club, there are so many talented youngsters coming through right now and Michael Edwards is back on board behind the scenes.

However, Klopp is still set to leave, and according to Andy Robertson, speaking to Stadium Astro, there’s no way he will change his mind, even if Liverpool win the Quadruple.

Jurgen Klopp will leave no matter what says Andy Robertson

The Scot spoke about the manager.

“We never speak about it, we go game by game, there’s no talk about a Quadruple or winning all the trophies, we just want to win the next game,” Robertson said.

“Do you think he’d change his mind though if you do? If a quadruple does happen do you think the manager will change his mind?” Robertson was asked.

“No, I think he’s set on leaving. He’s made that clear and that’s why it’s been announced. I don’t think there’s any way of him doing a U-turn on that,” Robertson said.

Mind is made up

Sadly, as great as it would be if Klopp decided to stay, it does look as though he’s going.

The fact of the matter is that nothing has changed for him personally. That energy tank is still running low, and he needs a break.

Of course, Klopp would probably love to be able to flick a switch and find the energy that allows him to stay on, but that doesn’t appear to be possible and his time at Liverpool is coming to an end.

Klopp could well leave Liverpool with a Quadruple win secure, and wouldn’t that be some way for the manager to depart.


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