Jurgen Klopp’s agent dismisses link with Germany after World Cup disaster
The occupation with the public team may not be available to all, yet Hansi Flick’s job is under danger after a tragic World Cup crusade in Qatar.
Germany have been disposed of at the group stage after an emotional finale to their mission on Thursday night, which finished with a 4-2 win over Costa Rica which didn’t end up being sufficient.
The shock misfortune to Japan in their initial game demonstrated expensive eventually, with the Japanese beating Spain on Thursday putting them through at the highest point of the group.
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Flick’s future isn’t clear, he might well keep hold of his work, however the Liverpool manager has been promoted as a potential replacement for him if he somehow happened to leave.
Nonetheless, Klopp’s agent Marc Kosicke has precluded that any opportunity of his client leaving Anfield before his agreement closes in 2026, anything that occupation emerges.
‘This is a media theme. Jürgen has an agreement at Liverpool until 2026 and he expects to satisfy it,’ Kosicke told Sky Sports Germany.
Flick was gotten some information about his future after disposal in Qatar and said: ‘We’ll resolve that rapidly, it’s hard to answer currently just after the game when we’re wiped out. We’ll see about that soon.’
On their mission all in all, he said: ‘On the off chance that you take a gander at the matches and number of goals, it is our shortcoming. I’m persuaded we had adequate possibilities and conceivable outcomes against Japan in the main half and furthermore against Spain, you need to utilize your possibilities. It would have been what was happening.
‘There were a lot of individual mistakes and they make me very angry. The first half made me very upset and I told the team I was upset.”
‘Against Spain we worked very well, we had a compact defence, but you also have to have the automatisms, you have to train different actions and we did not have a lot of time – but it is not down to that.’