Liverpool legend John Aldridge believes Jurgen Klopp will not stay at Liverpool as long as Sir Alex Ferguson's done at Manchester United.
German head coach took charge of Merseyside club in 2015 and has made Reds one of the European tops during 3-4 years of his job.
The illustration of Klopp impact is the Champions League triumph last season and the process of becoming Pep Guardiola's and Manchester City's main opponent for title race.
With clever transfer campaigns Liverpool are now far ahead the crisis they had been before.
Aldridge wrote on LiverpoolECHO: "I think I can speak on behalf of a lot of the ex-players when I say that we love Jurgen Klopp and really appreciate everything he's done for the club."
"But things change sometimes and we all have to understand he's a human being, situations like Alex Ferguson who stayed in the same job for getting on for 30 years don't really happen anymore.
"Jurgen's from a different country and has his own family back there. He's put so much into his time here and throughout his career that the time may come when he wants some time for himself, and we all have to appreciate and respect that.
"It will be a sad moment when the time does come for him to say goodbye but hopefully that's a long way off yet." he added.
Liverpool will face Chelsea for their 6th Premier League match.
Jurgen Klopp's side has started the title defense in Champions League with a harsh defeat at Naples, 0-2.
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