Liverpool will be pretty pleased with how things are going under Jurgen Klopp.

Since the German arrived at Anfield, the years have been rolled back and the Reds have become the dominant force that many fans that were around in the 70s and 80s would have been used to experiencing.

Liverpool continue to challenge on all accounts for silverware this season, having already won one and still firmly stand a strong chance of winning another three to provide them with an exceptional quadruple that includes the Premier League and the UEFA Champions League!

Naturally, there will have been a lot of interest at 1xBet Gh regarding the Reds’ chances of accomplishing this, and clearly, the club want to keep the good times rolling for as long as possible after they recently confirmed that they had renewed the German’s contract.

Klopp’s initial contract may have been expiring in 2024, however the club has acted swiftly to provide him with an entirely new deal that will last until 2026.

Indeed, you will not find a Liverpool fan groaning about this anywhere, although you might have the rest of the Premier League whinging – even if keeping the German in the league is the best thing.

However, when you consider who Liverpool could have had instead of Klopp, there will be many at Anfield who will be delighted that they got their man, otherwise things could have been truly awful for the club.

In an article by GiveMeSport, the four potential managers that could have taken up the mantle at the club following the departure of Brendan Rodgers were remembered, and it does not make for pretty reading.

One alleged option was Ronald Koeman after it was noticed how well he was doing at Southampton, however the Reds will be pretty pleased they dodged this potential bullet.

The Dutchman has since had failed spells at Everton and FC Barcelona, although he will guide The Netherlands at the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Walter Mazzarri was another option that was thought to have been considered, although he proved that he struggled in the Premier League with Watford, before going back to Italy and managing Torino and Cagliari, where he is today.

Another Dutchman that was thought to be shortlisted was Frank de Boer, although as we all know, he lasted just 77 days and five Premier League matches at Crystal Palace, where they had failed to score a goal.

Lastly, Carlo Ancelotti was also touted as a potential successor for Rodgers before Klopp. Indeed, the current Real Madrid manager is a proven winner, and whilst he ultimately went to Everton, he had decided a break was in order before returning to management after leaving Real Madrid for the first time.