Jürgen Klopp drops City charges hint as he bids farewell to Liverpool

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  • German makes reference to Reds’ runner-up seasons
  • Evening draws an audience of 11,000 fans

Jürgen Klopp said he would celebrate with a bus parade if Liverpool were awarded the two Premier League titles they lost by a point to Manchester City as he bid a tearful farewell to fans at a “Danke Jürgen” tribute night.

The former Liverpool manager returned to the city for a rousing send-off from 11,000 fans at the M&S Bank Arena, nine days after his final game at Anfield. Klopp revealed he has held “good talks” with his successor, Arne Slot, and broke down in tears as fans repeatedly chanted “I’m so glad that Jürgen is a red” after a montage was played of his Liverpool highlights. All proceeds from the event went to the Liverpool Foundation, the club’s charity of which Klopp is to be an ambassador.

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Written by Andy Hunter at the M&S Bank Arena
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