What Jürgen Klopp was doing at Anfield before his $130m Liverpool farewell

The end is nigh for Jürgen Klopp at Liverpool. There is just one game left for the German in charge of the club after Monday’s 3-3 draw at Aston Villa.

Klopp will get the chance to say goodbye on Sunday and it looks like he is taking every moment to enjoy his final days with the Reds after being spotted at Anfield on Tuesday. Elsewhere, there is wild talk about the transfer business Liverpool could do after Klopp’s departure, when Arne Slot and new sporting director Richard Hughes will have plenty of work to do. Here’s the latest roundup of Liverpool news.

Jürgen Klopp was spotted at Anfield before the farewell

Jürgen Klopp was spotted at Anfield ahead of his final game in charge of Liverpool on Sunday. The German will bring the curtain down on almost nine years at the helm in what is sure to be an emotional occasion against Wolves.

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Ahead of his farewell game, a video emerged on social media showing Klopp at Anfield. The footage shows the Liverpool boss standing alone on the half-way line, looking towards the Kop. Another image shows him sitting in the famous stand while taking in the surroundings.

Speaking after his final away game at Aston Villa on Monday, Klopp praised the club’s supporters and said: “I always liked it, I liked it today. I really appreciate what these guys and gals are doing. The away fans are always like absolutely crazy what they did, where they were. I’ve asked them to travel a lot over the years.

“It was and is a wonderful relationship. I always try to show my appreciation and the boys showed that today with the way they played.