Jurgen Klopp’s agent has responded to rumors of Hansen Flick being replaced as Germany manager.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp’s agent has dismissed claims he could replace Hansi Flick as manager of the German national team.

Flick refused to resign after Germany’s second consecutive World Cup exit at the group stage, and long-standing speculation regarding Klopp and Diemenschaft soon resurfaced.

However, Klopp’s agent has certainly set the story straight.

“It’s just a media thing,” Marc Koski told Sky Germany. “Jurgen has a contract with Liverpool until 2026, and he intends to fulfill it.”

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Klopp signed a new deal in April and is understood to be happy at Anfield, although uncertainty surrounds Liverpool following Fenway Sports Group’s decision to consider offers for the club. I have come across links to jobs in Germany.

Importantly, there is currently no suggestion that Klopp could leave Anfield before his current contract expires in 2026.

As for Germany, FA president Bernd Neuendorf is expecting a debrief from Flick in the coming days to determine what went wrong for the team in Qatar, after which the manager’s future will be decided. A decision is expected.

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