Real Madrid superstar sends message to Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool v Norwich City - Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round
Liverpool v Norwich City - Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round / Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/GettyImages

Real Madrid and Liverpool have been involved in some high-profile games in recent years, including a couple of Champions League finals. And nobody can deny the incredible job that Jurgen Klopp has done at Anfield, since arriving in 2015. He has turned their fortunes around completely and won everything possible with them.

Klopp's time with Liverpool will come to an end following this season though. He has already made the announcement.

Liverpool do have the chance to do something special. They are already in the League Cup final and are leading the Premier League. Surely, Klopp would want to leave the club on the back of winning some more silverware. One could argue that he has not won as much as his work has deserved thanks to Manchester City's fantastic run under the management of Pep Guardiola.

What does the future hold for Klopp after Liverpool? Toni Kroos clearly wants to and hopes to see him being involved in German football.

Real Madrid superstar sends message to Klopp

As reported by MARCA, Kroos said about Klopp while speaking on the Einfach mal Luppen podcast:

"As German football fans, we can only hope that at some point we can convince him to play any role in Germany. This is what we have been looking forward to for many, many years."

It will be interesting to see if Klopp ends up managing the German national team at some point in the future. They have been on a terrible run in recent years, being eliminated from the group stages of two World Cups in a row.

It is someone like Klopp who can help rebuild the German national team and transform them into winners again. Of course, some interesting opportunities might be available on the horizon at club level as well.

Barcelona will be looking for another manager soon, with Xavi set to leave. Thomas Tuchel is in an unconvincing situation at Bayern Munich as well. The managerial revolving door does not stop at PSG. And you never know, the Real Madrid job might become available at some point.