The Liverpool boss admitted that he could leave Anfield in the next two or three years.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp suggested that retirement could be an option for him in two or three years time, when speaking exclusively to German publication Sport Bild, and some Reds fans took to Twitter in reaction to his comments.

The German took over at Anfield in October 2015, and he has slowly but surely transformed the Merseyside outfit into one of the best teams on the continent.

Liverpool enjoyed a stellar campaign last season, winning the Champions League, and narrowly missing out on the Premier League title by just one point to Manchester City.

Klopp will be desperate to guide the Reds to their first top flight title since 1990 before he eventually decides to leave Anfield.

And the 52-year-old told German publication Sport Bild how it could be a possibility that he leaves Liverpool within the next two or three years:

“I hope to continue like this, but in two, three years I don’t know what may happen. Maybe I’ll retire! It doesn’t necessarily mean it will happen, however, but if that were the case, you wouldn’t be surprised.”

He was quite clearly being light-hearted when making the remarks, but Liverpool fans took to Twitter to air their concerns nevertheless…

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