Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool exit could prove timely for both parties

Jurgen Klopp looks on ahead of Liverpool's Europa League quarter-final second leg against Atalanta in April 2024.
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“In the end, everything will be fine. If it wasn’t going to be okay, I wouldn’t be leaving.” The words of Jurgen Klopp after his youthful Liverpool side had somehow beaten Chelsea’s expensively assembled squad to lift the first piece of silverware in the Carabao Cup final in February.

It was a time when Liverpool fans and players were dreaming of giving their manager the perfect send off with an unprecedented quadruple. One down, three to go.

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Matt Ladson is the co-founder and editor of This Is Anfield, the independent Liverpool news and comment website, and covers all areas of the Reds for FourFourTwo – including transfer analysis, interviews, title wins and European trophies. As well as writing about Liverpool for FourFourTwo he also contributes to other titles including Yahoo and Bleacher Report. He is a lifelong fan of the Reds.