Jurgen Klopp could be tempted to replace Joachim Low as Germany's next manager, according to The Sun.
The report claims that the national side have set their sights on the Liverpool boss when World Cup winner Low eventually departs.
Low, of course, has enjoyed a remarkable stint in charge of Germany, but his contract is set to come to an end in 2018.
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And that could lead the country to Klopp, who has experienced a steady start to life on English soil. The revered coach replaced Brendan Rodgers at the helm on Merseyside back in October but has struggled to help the Reds climb the Premier League table.
As it stands, Liverpool sit in ninth position in the league - 11 points behind Manchester City, who occupy fourth place.
However, Klopp has enjoyed success in the Europa League - Liverpool eliminated rivals Manchester United in the Round of 32 - and will be desperate to inspire his team to a victory over his former club Borussia Dortmund.
Klopp returns to Germany to take on Dortmund on Thursday, but it appears that he could yet return to his homeland on a long-term basis.
Of course, with Low currently in the hot seat, it may yet be some time before the country opts for Klopp, but it certainly appears to be a job that the Reds boss would consider.
But Liverpool fans shouldn't worry at this stage; Klopp appears to be happy on Merseyside and will no doubt be plotting and planning for future success.
It's clear for all to see that he has a project at Anfield and it's one that will take a great deal of hard work and dedication to implement. It's extremely unlikely that Klopp would give up on that anytime soon.
Klopp and co. will be well aware that they face a huge summer ahead; as it stands, Liverpool have a number of fine players at their disposal, but they are still some way off the best teams in England.
Without the lure of Champions League football, it won't be easy for the club to attract the biggest names, but the lure of Klopp should give the club more pulling power in the transfer window.
Three or four top class additions could change all that and hand them a great chance of success ahead of the 2016/17 campaign.
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