Jurgen Klopp’s resignation does not change Liverpool’s interest in Joshua Kimmich

Jurgen Klopp's resignation does not change Liverpool's interest in Joshua Kimmich Transfers

Jurgen Klopp will leave Anfield this summer and Liverpool will bring in a new manager. Michael Edwards will return and a new regime for the transition period will begin to materialize, including the club’s management and reinforcement strategy.

Apart from that, rumors are rife that Liverpool has its sights set on various targets. German midfielder Joshua Kimmich, who has a contract with Bayern Munich until June 2025, is one of them, and it is reported that he may not renew his contract with his club and may try the Premier League for the first time.

According to Christian Falk, a German journalist, Liverpool will try to acquire the 29-year-old midfielder regardless of the change in command, and the club is interested in Kimmich.

“As is well known, Jurgen Klopp is leaving Liverpool at the end of the season, but it doesn’t change the plans that they want to, at least try to get Kimmich in Liverpool.”

“So, they’ll keep going and nothing has changed just because Klopp is moving, Liverpool are very much following Kimmich’s career.”


This summer, Bayern will have less than a year left on his contract, making it difficult for them to demand a hefty transfer fee. Also, his age will be 30 years old next year, making it difficult for him to blow his contract. If he fails to sign a new contract, he may have to leave the club.

Liverpool previously refused to renew their contract with Bayern and acquired former Spanish midfielder Thiago Alcantara with one year remaining. At that time, Liverpool did not have a technician with a good passing sense, but it is doubtful if he is indispensable to the current team.

Who will Klopp welcome to the team in the transfer market for the first time in about 10 years?