Jurgen Klopp has enjoyed a sensational season at Liverpool, guiding the club to its highest ever points total in the Premier League.
The Reds boss may have missed out on winning the title to Manchester City by a single point, but he could still get his hands on some silverware.
Klopp’s steady progress at Liverpool has not gone unnoticed and the German has been regularly praised for turning the Reds into one of the planet’s best teams.
But it’s not just pundits and fellow professionals who admire the manager, some big clubs have also started to take note.
Now it seems extremely unlikely that Klopp would even consider leaving Anfield at this moment in time.
The German appears to love it at Liverpool; he’s got the team he wants, he gets backing from the board, and his side are producing on the pitch.
But slight speculation has emerged in recent weeks after it was announced that Massimiliano Allegri would be leaving his role as Juventus boss.
Klopp was one of the many names linked with the position, and Tuttosport has looked at the numbers to see what it would take Juventus to land Klopp, if he was keen on a move.
The Italian publication reports that Klopp, who is contracted to Liverpool until 2022, currently earns around £7million-a-season.
And to buy him out of this contract, or at least prompt talks with Klopp, another club would have to put up a whopping £32million – the cost of the manager’s release clause.
Jose Mourinho is another, more realistic, name that has been linked with the vacant manager’s position in Turin in recent weeks.