Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold has been tipped to seek pastures new this summer.
Alexander-Arnold has spent all of his professional career on Merseyside so far but is set to be out of contract with his boyhood club come the summer of 2025.
The 25-year-old full-back has won almost everything at club level including the Premier League and UEFA Champions League under Klopp, having been nurtured into one of the best modern-day passres of the ball.
But former Liverpool midfielder Jason McAteer believes the defender is better suited to play his football elsewhere, with Klopp's time at the club coming to an end later this year.
“Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool, they had to entice players to come. We lost Jude Bellingham because of that scenario," began the now BEIN Sports pundit.
"Van Dijk signed for us when everyone else wanted him, puts it down to Klopp.
“The other thing when we talk about recruitment is players staying at the club. We know Mo Salah’s on the brink of possibly leaving at the end of the season. We don’t know how that’s going to play out.
“Trent Alexander-Arnold and Van Dijk, their contracts are up in 18 months. I said yesterday that if Jurgen Klopp’s there, they don’t leave. They sign new deals, they continue the journey and the fairytale.
“With a new manager, results might go the other way. We might have two managers [after Klopp] when the contract negotiations start. The team might be in decline or they might want a different challenge, so they will leave. All that is uncertainty.”