Manager knows his side will have little margin for error in the next 16 games as the race to become champions heats up
Some unscrupulous chancers are hitting the jackpot thanks to Jürgen Klopp’s leaving of Liverpool. Lower main stand tickets for his final game at Anfield are priced at £12,000 on one resale site (well, they are right behind the dugout) and a seat on the Kop is going for £4,250. They will get it too, and possibly more nearer the time, should the price of a ticket for Wolves on 19 May include the presentation of the Premier League trophy to a departing idol.
Klopp was asked on Friday whether he had contemplated the perfect Premier League send-off. “I am not a dreamer,” he replied. Having lost out by a single point in two other title races with Manchester City, and with 16 matches to go, it pays not to be.
Written by Andy Hunter
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