The veteran striker, 38, announced earlier this week that he's leaving the LA Galaxy after a prolific two-year spell in Major League Soccer. His announcement - made in classic Ibrahimovic fashion - has led to countless rumors over his future, with a handful of clubs thought to be suitors.
However, the Reds won't be one of them, according to Klopp.
"But I'm not even sure he would have wanted to play here - we're a pretty intense team," the German bench boss joked.
"With that said, I couldn't have had more respect for Zlatan. I love his whole career, love his efforts, love his confidence.
"While it may not always be right, it is entertaining anyway. He's a fantastic character and I really hope he doesn't stop playing football. The world would miss him too much."
While a return to the Premier League seems unlikely for Ibrahimovic, a potential move back to Italy continues to gain traction.
AC Milan, Napoli, and Bologna have all been tipped as destinations, with the latter pair openly pining for the decorated star.