Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp has reportedly turned down a very lucrative offer from Amazon to continue the ‘All or Nothing’ documentary series.Just over a month ago when Amazon started to market the ‘All or Nothing’ documentary series about Manchester City, the idea got enough traction for the company to also approach Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool FC to continue with the series. The company owned by magnate Jeff Bezos hit yet another ‘home run’ with this idea of going inside of the biggest sports teams in the world and document their path to success, Manchester City became the first European football club that has ever agreed to this and the result was a complete success. The documentary series consisted of eight episodes which captured the whole season where the Citizens made history by getting 100 Premier League points for the first time in history, Amazon cameras were placed in the dressing rooms, the conference room, they followed the players during an injury recovery process and the result was a very intimate take on what the life of a professional football club in Europe is like. It was obviously Pep Guardiola the one who agreed to this deal, but now that Amazon saw a chance to turn this into a long-lasting series, Jürgen Klopp turned them down.Watch all the moments you didn’t see during our #UCL thriller with #PSG with our special edition of ‘Inside Anfield’.? Enjoy for free ?https://t.co/kZwMbtjtVN— Liverpool FC (@LFC) September 20, 2018According to the Daily Mail, the German manager didn’t agree to this deal because he doesn’t feel like having cameras following the squad at all times will help with the team’s concentration. We can’t forget that Liverpool is the only top-five Premier League club that hasn’t actually won the Premier League, ever. Given that this season does look very promising for the Reds, Jürgen Klopp’s negative response to Amazon does make a lot of sense because he wants his players completely focused on reaching all the targets this season. Although it may be a shame that we might miss history in the making if Liverpool does end up winning the trophy by the end of the season for the first time in history, it would be even more of a shame if the Reds didn’t win anything because of the distraction that can bring having an external eye constantly looking at them. Klopp as he put it before, is a man who loves his clubs to be as rock and roll as he wants and having cameras on their face all the time might mess with their moments of zen throughout the season. But Amazon won’t give up until they get what they want from Liverpool, because Jürgen Klopp’s side is one of Europe’s most exciting squads from the last five years and they are worth [email protected] football at Anfield ?#LIVSOU pic.twitter.com/ZuGtop49zNPremier League Betting: Match-day 5 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Going into the Premier League’s match-day five with a gap already beginning to form at the top of the league. We will take a…— Liverpool FC (@LFC) September 22, 2018Amazon’s next victim.The company won’t give up on Jürgen Klopp until he says yes, whether it’s this season or the next one. But until that happens, the Amazon Prime team is already looking into their next target to continue with the ‘All or Nothing’ series that has brought them so much success amongst subscribers and their next victim might be in the German Bundesliga. It is rumored that the American company has already made contact with German giants Bayern München for a possible next chapter, but nothing has been confirmed despite having received a positive response from the club’s representatives. Bayern is arguably one of the European clubs with the richest history, landing their contract would really be a massive achievement for Amazon because they would now have a huge opportunity to tell the story of one of Europe’s most successful clubs through their platform. The mere thought is picturing the stories all the club’s legends have to tell are just mouthwatering and thought-provoking, let’s cross out fingers for this to happen and also for Jürgen Klopp to agree on a future project once his club has won the Premier League.WHAT A FINISH!! ??Firmino’s late, late #UCL winner against #PSG… pic.twitter.com/DID9xhMXAA— Liverpool FC (@LFC) September 21, 2018Which is the club you would like to see featured in an ‘All or Nothing’ documentary series for Amazon? Please share your opinion in the comment section down below.