Neven Subotic thinks former Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp will leave Liverpool at some point to take over the German national team.
Klopp is on a high right now after leading Liverpool to their first domestic league title in 30 years with the Reds doing it in record fast time.
After missing out to Manchester City by a point last season, Liverpool have been dominant this term, securing the title with a record seven games to spare, winning 28 of 31 matches.
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The German has transformed Liverpool since taking charge in October 2015, leading them to three trophies this season. That came after they won the Champions League last season.
Despite that, Subotic has suggested that Klopp won’t stick around forever and thinks his former boss needs to help his national side to World Cup success in order to complete his career CHECK24
“Jurgen Klopp should become national coach at some point, absolutely – and then win the World Cup with Germany,” Subotic told .
“As far as success is concerned, there is definitely nothing left, not even for Kloppo.”
Speaking via the Daily Express, Subotic, now of Union Berlin, has explained what makes his former boss so great.
“Through Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool also invited new people to get excited about football. And that is also a feat,” he said.
“There is a lot of hope in this idea, which Jurgen Klopp lives with his team and which goes beyond European sports culture.”
Klopp is contracted to Liverpool until summer 2024 after penning an extension in December.