Due to Liverpool's dismal recent record, there were concerns that Jurgen Klopp would decide to quit the Anfield club.
After replacing Brendan Rogers in October 2015, the German tactician has been at Anfield for seven years.
The 2022–23 season hasn't even come close to living up to Klopp's expectations for Liverpool. With 29 points after 20 games,
the Merseyside club is presently tenth in the Premier League standings.
The absence of several first-team players due to injury and performance declines has had a significant impact on their season.
Additionally, they run the danger of not qualifying for the UEFA Champions League the following year.
The majority of the responsibility for failing to salvage the Reds' catastrophic 2022–23 football campaign has been placed on club manager Klopp.
Even the possibility of the manager leaving the team has raised concerns.