- Jurgen Klopp is likely to be forced to quit Anfield for Switzerland after failing to deliver on his Liverpool trophy promise
- Klopp made a pledge in October 2015 that he will deliver silverware to the club
- The German tactician further stressed that if he fails to win a trophy within four years, he may have to move to Switzerland
Jurgen Klopp may be forced to quit Anfield after failing to win trophies he promised after he was unveiled as Liverpool manager.
According to UK Sun, Klopp declared on arrival in October 2015, that his main task at Anfield was to deliver silverware for the Reds.
Speaking further after his first media briefing, the German tactician promised to win a trophy within four years with Liverpool, or risk moving to Switzerland.
"Please give us time to do the work but when I sit here in four years I think we may have one title.
"If not maybe [I'll win] the next one in Switzerland,” Klopp stressed.
However, Liverpool are now at risk of finishing trophy-less this campaign, suggesting that the 51-year-old Klopp has failed in delivering his promise while accepting the job.
At the last count, Liverpool have had a decent campaign both in the Premier League and in Europe this term, but might end up ending without any trophy this season.
After Wednesday's 3-0 bashing in their UCL semi-final clash by Barcelona means Liverpool’s chances of claiming Europe’s premier club silverware received a huge setback.
Already, Liverpool’s quest for Premier League silverware now look like their best opportunity to win a trophy this term, but to a large extent it is not totally in their hands.
Manchester City must suffer a setback in one of their two remaining games for Liverpool to nurse any chance of breaking their 29-year Premier League title drought.
But the Reds on their part, must ensure they come out tops in their remaining to games, starting from this weekend’s trip to Newcastle.
Interestingly, if Liverpool end the campaign without a trophy again, it thus signify that Klopp has failed to keep his promise to Anfield fans.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Barcelona hammered Liverpool 3-0 on Wednesday night, May 1, at Camp Nou in a tough Champions League semi-final first leg showdown.
The encounter saw two sides, who are former winners, having lifted the famous trophy five times apiece since 1992-93 campaign.
In the opening minutes of the game, the both sides eager to dictate the pace with good display of football skills, but as the match progressed Liverpool came more into the contest.
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