Klopp has chance to enter exclusive list
As Jurgen Klopp closes in on extending his Anfield stay, the German has the chance to break into the top five list for the longest-serving managers in Premier League history.
Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson remain way out in front after their lengthy stays at Arsenal and Manchester United respectively.
Should Klopp remain at Anfield until 2026, which is the reported end date of his new deal, this would take the former Borussia Dortmund boss to 11 years at the helm.
Arsene Wenger, Arsenal. (1996 -2018, 7,894 days in charge).
Sir Alex Ferguson, Manchester United (1992 -2013, 7,640 days in charge).
David Moyes, Everton (2002 -2013, 4,096 days in charge).
Joe Kinnear, Wimbledon (1992 -1999, 2,698 days in charge).
Harry Redknapp, West Ham (1994-2001, 2,464 days charged).