Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has hinted on his retirement.
Klopp admitted that he may retire as a manager in the next two or three years.
He was asked at the SPORT BILD awards, where he won coach of the year, if he would some day like to manage at Bayern Munich before becoming Germany manager, Klopp joked about the order in which he’d like his career to finish.
"In the order I would like to do it. First national team, then Bayern, then back to BVB and then Liverpool for life,” he said.
“I have no idea [though], I really do not know that.
“I hope for now that the next two or three years will continue in the same way. And then I will decide that.”
The 52-year-old then insisted that fans should not be surprised if he decides he wants to quit football altogether.
“Everything is possible. So just that I stop completely, is just possible,” he added.
“Whether that is the case or not - I really do not know.
Jurgen Klopp took over as Liverpool manager in 2015, following a successful spell at Borussia Dortmund where he won the Bundesliga twice.
He has won the UEFA Champions League and the Super Cup with Liverpool.