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Jurgen Klopp ready for Liverpool: I may look tired but I am not


Former Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp is ready to find a new club ahead of next season.

Reports that the 47-year-old was going to rest for a year were denied by German tabloid Bild with the Reds eager to replace Brendan Rodgers after the Northern Irishman failed to qualify for next season's Champions League.

"The pain of leaving is slowly sinking in, it really hurts," Klopp is quoted as saying by Sky Sport and Bild.

"I've just tried to express my thanks to each of my players because it has been an extraordinary pleasure and a huge honour to be able to work with them.

"It's difficult for me to let go. Now there won't be a Cup party, just a farewell party.

"I know everyone wants to know about how I feel. But if I start with that, then the tears come. We lost a game and I cannot make as if I am the most important person in the world.

"I have to process things one after the other. First, this game. I will process the other thing without having TV cameras in my face.

"I am not tired. I may look tired but I am not. I am 0.0% tired.

"I haven't had any contact with any other clubs but I am not planning a sabbatical."

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