‘Let’s See’ – Major Liverpool Star Issues ‘Scary’ Response to Question Over His Future

Liverpool are gearing up for a summer marked by transitions, as Jurgen Klopp’s departure from the club looms just a few weeks away.

Virgil van Dijk emphasises his commitment to being involved in Liverpool’s significant transition this summer, with just two games left before Jurgen Klopp steps down as manager.

Klopp’s surprising announcement in January about leaving Liverpool at the end of the season after nine remarkable years prompted speculation about the future of players like Van Dijk, who had previously expressed uncertainty following the news.

Van Dijk assumed the role of captain at the beginning of the season after transferring from Southampton to Liverpool for £75m in January 2018. His contract, which he signed in 2021, will expire in just over 12 months, marking the end of his four-year deal.

However, although providing no insight into his future plans, he expressed contentment with his current club and emphasised the importance of Liverpool’s upcoming matches, which include an away fixture against Aston Villa followed by the final game of the season at home against Wolves.

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“The focus is now on the last two games and then the club will focus on who the new manager is and there will be a big transition and I am part of that,” said Van Dijk in an interview with The Guardian.

“There is nothing for me to discuss [regarding my future] because there is no news. Like I said, I am very happy here, I love the club and you can see that as well. It’s a big part of my life already.

“There will be a lot of changes happening and I wouldn’t say scary is the right word, but it is quite interesting and exciting what will happen now. So let’s see.”

Arne Slot is anticipated to assume Klopp’s role at Liverpool, and Van Dijk acknowledges that the upcoming fixture against Wolves will be emotionally charged, as Klopp bids farewell to Anfield.

Of Klopp, Van Dijk said: “He is a fantastic manager, a great human being and we have a great relationship. I am really proud I played for him, fought for the badge and him, and count the success we had over the years as well.

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“It will be emotional on the last day but it is a part of life sometimes. Many things are happening behind the scenes but we focus on ­match days and that is our duty, our job, and we want to perform for the last six points.”

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