NEW MOVE: Jurgen Klopp spotted in secret Liverpool footage as boss prepares for Anfield farewell

Jurgen Klopp was spotted soaking in the aura of Anfield’s Kop end ahead of his final match in charge of Liverpool.

The German announced his departure from the club earlier this season – a year before the end of his contract. He will take charge of his final game this Sunday against Wolves.

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Jurgen Klopp will take charge of his final Liverpool game this weekend

Emotions are expected to be high before, during and after the game and it appears that Klopp is already making the most of every moment ahead of his farewell. Footage shared on social media has shown Klopp spending time on the Anfield pitch on his own.

He stood for a while starring at the Kop in the center circle. A image of Klopp in the Anfield stands as he gets ready to say goodbye to the team was also captured.

Yesterday Liverpool also held an event at Anfield for employees and workers working at the team, to say goodbye to Jurgen Klopp.

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There are exchanges and exchanges between Klopp and everyone. The German coach also thanked everyone on the team.




During his pre-match press conference, the former Borussia Dortmund manager is anticipated to discuss his final game at Anfield, but a few of his present players have already committed to provide him with the ideal send-off.

Speaking after the midweek 3-3 draw with Aston Villa, academy graduate Jarell Quansah said: “We’ve definitely got to play our way and give him a good send off. Just keep fighting until the death and obviously just play for that really, give him the best send-off on Sunday.”

Elsewhere, Harvey Elliott has also promised similar, having been full of praise for Klopp and his time at Anfield. He said: “The gaffer, we can’t thank him enough and it’s the least we can do for him

“The achievements that he has achieved as a manager and for us as players, the experiences that we have gained, we can never say thank you enough. The least we can do is go out and perform for him and put our hearts on the line. He’s given us many opportunities and turned us into men. There’s another game at the weekend but it’s going to be a very emotional one for everyone.”

He added: “It’s going to be an emotional day. Us as players and us as a club, we can’t thank the coaching staff and himself enough and I think the least we can do is put in a top performance for him and give him the best possible send-off. I know as a club we are going to do that with the fans behind us as well.

“There’s one man who deserves that in this world and that’s the boss. For us as players, we just want to go out and play the best possible football we can. We are on our home turf and we’ll come to the emotions after the game.”