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Little known clause in Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool contract could be activated upon Anfield departure

Little known clause in Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool contract could be activated upon Anfield departure

The German will depart Liverpool this summer with the clash against Wolves his final game in charge

Jurgen Klopp's final game in charge of Liverpool is today as he will bid an emotional farewell to Anfield - and a rare clause in his contract could be activated upon his exit.

Klopp announced back in January that he will leave Liverpool at the end of this season, two years earlier than his deal at Anfield was due to run out.

Today, the Merseyside outfit will take on Wolves on the final day of the Premier League with Liverpool already having confirmed a third placed finish and a return to the Champions League for next season.

It will no doubt be an emotional occasion as the club's supporters bid farewell to one of their best ever managers.

It remains to be seen what Klopp does next, but the German will take some time out of the game for at least 12 months, having been at Anfield for almost a decade, and he has already confirmed he will not manage another team in England.

Klopp ended his final season in charge with silverware after Liverpool beat Chelsea in the League Cup final, as a challenge to the Premier League title ultimately fell away and the Anfield club were knocked out of both the FA Cup and Europa League.

In his time at Anfield, Klopp has won the Premier League title and the Champions League, as well as the FA Cup, two League Cups, the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup.

Jurgen Klopp will leave Liverpool this summer. (

Feyenoord's Arne Slot has already confirmed he will be Klopp's successor in the Anfield dugout.

Managerial departures are, of course, nothing new and are extremely common in football, and one thing which is perhaps looked over when a manager does leave a club is what happens next.

Football is a transient industry when both players, managers and staff have to up sticks and move to where their new employment is, perhaps more frequently than most industries where there is a set base to work and people do not move around as much.

To help with this, clubs offer assistance to help with moves to and from them - and it appears Klopp could well get this in Liverpool after calling Merseyside home for nearly a decade.

The Independent reported in 2020 that Klopp was understood to have an offer from Liverpool for help to repatriate him back to his native Germany when his time at Anfield ends.

Having penned a fresh deal in 2022, it is unclear if that clause carried over into his new contract, though there is no reason to suggest otherwise, and it is likely the 56-year-old will be given help to set up his life after Liverpool.

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Topics: Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp