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The first Liverpool player that Jurgen Klopp followed on Instagram was a surprise

The first Liverpool player that Jurgen Klopp followed on Instagram was a surprise

Fans might be surprised by who Klopp followed.

The first Liverpool player Jurgen Klopp followed on Instagram might come as a surprise to supporters.

On Sunday Jurgen Klopp will manage Liverpool for the final time, bringing an end to his nine-year spell at Anfield.

With little riding on the Premier League clash with Wolves, supporters will focus their attention on saying goodbye to their outgoing coach.

Keen to keep touch with his millions of fans across the world once he leaves the club, on Saturday Klopp launched his Instagram account.

The account gained over 500,000 followers inside the first four hours of the first post, and by Saturday evening was closing in on 900,000.

The profile description is "The Normal One", the line uttered by Klopp in his first Liverpool press conference as a dig at former Manchester United and Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho who use to call himself the 'Special One'.

Klopp has followed a host of Liverpool - and non-Liverpool - players past and present, but perhaps surprisingly, the first star he followed was Dominik Szoboszlai.

The Hungarian midfielder joined the club last summer in a £60 million deal move from RB Leipzig, but he has struggled for consistency in his debut campaign.

Some Liverpool fans have grown frustrated with the 23-year-old, although it's clear he has plenty of potential and time to improve.

Klopp's third post on his Instagram was video in which he bid farewell to the club he has called home since 2015.

"Dear Liverpudlians, we're getting closer to the end," Klopp began. "On the 8th of October 2015, we met for the first time properly. I would call it a love affair. From the first day, it was an absolutely incredible, incredible time.

"I enjoyed it so much and want to thank you so much for all the support you gave us over the years, for all the power you gave us. I've wondered always that it feels like we write a story together and that's how it feels today. It's a good book. And if we read it in the future, we will have a smile on our face.

"Leaving this incredible place is hard, but I want to stay in contact with you. And even when I'm not a social media guy, people told me social media helps with that. So, here we go. See you!"

Klopp replaced Brendan Rodgers as Liverpool boss in October 2015, and since then has won the Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup and two Carabao Cups.

Featured Image Credit: @Kloppo

Topics: Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp, Premier League, Champions League, Football, Anfield