Liverpool hierarchy doggedly backs Jurgen Klopp amidst the club’s recent struggles

Despite Liverpool’s losing streak in the Premier League, the club’s board is said to have given beleaguered manager Jurgen Klopp their complete support.

Following a humiliating loss to Wolves on Saturday, Liverpool have now gone four games without a victory in the Premier League, with Jurgen Klopp unable to find answers to his team’s issues.

The Reds have gone four games in the Premier League without a victory, which has left them 11 points out of the Champions League qualification spots.

Their most recent low point was a disastrous loss to the Wolves on Saturday. Within the first 12 minutes, Klopp’s team had fallen behind by two goals, a deficit they were unable to overcome despite controlling the second half.

The Molineux home crowd even taunted the German by yelling, “You’re getting dismissed in the morning!” The Athletic, meanwhile, claims that there is “no chance” that Klopp will receive his P45 from the Liverpool Board.

Instead, it is said that he would continue to have the Fenway Sports Group’s “full backing” of the team.

It is believed that his efforts over the last seven years, which included winning the Premier League title, have given him enough credit to take the helm of the anticipated rebuild during the summer transfer window.

During Saturday’s loss, which was the result of an own goal from Joel Matip, a goal from Craig Dawson, and a late game-winning goal from Ruben Neves, Klopp was clearly upset with his squad.

After the dismal defeat, the German stated that he had complete faith in his troops to regain their form. But he acknowledged that their top four ambitions were fading and that they were going through a tough moment.

“I don’t believe they are at their finest right now, and I don’t particularly enjoy it. But I am still aware of their potential and how amazing they already are. But it’s not like this in football or in life.

Every day we put in work. Therefore, these things take place because we are powerless to stop them at the time. These are the circumstances that we must deal with.

Although I don’t lose faith in the lads or anything else, I can see where we can do better. We are working on that, but once again, it only serves to highlight how typical the circumstance is.”

In a week, Liverpool will play again, and a tough test awaits in the form of a Merseyside Derby against Everton. On Saturday, the Toffees overcame league-leading Arsenal, with Sean Dyche trying to keep his team out of the relegation zone.