'I will work 100%': Klopp shares what's next for him after Liverpool

'I will work 100%': Klopp shares what's next for him after Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp is leaving Liverpool at the end of this season. The manager's farewell game will be the clash against Wolves this Sunday.

The German decided to part ways with the club to re-charge as he felt he was running out of energy. In an interview with The Anfield Wrap, he shared what he plans to do next.

"That's how it is, it's no problem at all, it's my life," Klopp said, as quoted by the BBC, after mentioning that he has worked "26/7" non-stop in the past 23 years at Mainz, Dortmund and Liverpool. "But it cannot be all in life."

"Definitely rest. Travel, relax, seeing friends... I see friends for hours, they come here, watch a game and I don't want to talk to them because they want to talk about football, and I go to bed.

"Coming back, watching games, still caring, getting on your toes and being on the other side of it - in the stands if possible, or sitting in front of the telly and just going wild in the living room - why not?

"I have to see it, I need to have a look at it. I can't not do it until I'm 70-something - I know that's a big difference from now to then. The rest of life - why should it start when you're 70?

"I would find a club if I want, but I'm just not available, I'm just off. And then we will see how long that takes. And I will work, I will do something 100%. The thing I understand most about is football, but maybe there is something else than doing exactly what I do now."