As the Reds prepare to challenge for the Premier League title, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp emphasizes the ‘problem’ of the Anfield job.

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As the Reds prepare to challenge for the Premier League title, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp emphasizes the ‘problem’ of the Anfield job.

The Premier League season has started off with Jurgen Klopp’s side undefeated.

Jurgen Klopp has intimated that he may not be able to continue in football management for much longer, citing the demanding nature of the Liverpool manager’s position as a disadvantage. During the international break, the German has been relieved of his Anfield duties and will return to his hometown.

Due to the international break, Klopp and his players will be spread all over the world this week, making the AXA Training Centre in Kirkby a rather peaceful environment.

It is a rare opportunity for Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp to relax, and he has taken advantage of it by returning to Germany and performing various media obligations along the road.

Klopp gave a rare look into having such a high-profile role in a recent interview, telling RTL/NTV via Sport Witness: “What I do is extremely enjoyable, I enjoy it very much.”

“The only issue is that there is no time off or opportunity to switch off at my job.

“Do I really need to keep this until I’m old?”

While managing a good team is difficult by nature, Klopp and Liverpool have had a string of bad luck in recent seasons.

Last time out, the Reds were thrown a serious handicap by a defensive injury crisis, and they fought valiantly to finish third.

Liverpool had been in top gear the previous season, blasting to an unprecedented Premier League triumph despite the COVID-19 pandemic kicking in halfway through.

Liverpool and City competed in one of the finest Premier League title battles in history in 2018/19, with the Blues eventually winning by a point.

A string of deep Champions League runs has also given the Reds plenty of midweek responsibilities, proving Klopp’s claim that working for a good club is a time-consuming job.

With more than a week until domestic football resumes, the international break will provide the German with much-needed rest before continuing what is expected to be a difficult Premier League season at the top.

This summer, rival heavyweights have dominated the headlines, but the Reds have been relatively quiet, allowing them to maintain a low profile heading into the season.

However, a number of first-team regulars, including “Brinkwire Summary News,” have returned from injury.

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