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Tickets for Jurgen Klopp's final Premier League game with Liverpool hit insane prices

Tickets for Jurgen Klopp's final Premier League game with Liverpool hit insane prices

Ticket prices are out of control.

Tickets for Jurgen Klopp's final Premier League match in charge of Liverpool are being re-sold at ridiculous prices.

Back in January Klopp made the shock announcement that he will step down as Liverpool boss at the end of the season, and now his final hoorah is fast approaching.

On Sunday May 19, Klopp will take charge of his final Premier League match when Liverpool take on Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The fixture will see the German coach sit in the home dugout at Anfield for the final time, and should Liverpool fail to reach the final of the UEFA Europa League, then it will be his final game as manager.

If all goes according to plan for Liverpool, then Klopp will end the day by lifting the Premier League trophy.

His side are locked in an incredibly tight three-way title race with Arsenal and Manchester City, and the champions might not be decided until the final day.

Given the title implications and the fact it will be Klopp's last match at Anfield, tickets for the Wolves match officially sold out months ago.

However, there are plenty of tickets available on reseal websites. The problem is that they are going for thousands of pounds.

According to price comparison website SeatPick, the cheapest ticket for the game will set you back £1,450, and is situated in the new top tier of the Anfield Road end.

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Seats in the top tiers of the Main Stand and Kenny Dalglish Stand are going for just under £1,700, while for those wanting to be closer to the action, the away section represents the cheapest option for tickets available for £1,800.

The absolute cheapest ticket in the Kop End is prices at a whopping £1,950, although as you might expect, there are hardly any of those available.

Lower-tier tickets in the home sections are going for a minimum of £2,050, while Main Stand seats near the dugouts are being re-sold for an eye-watering £6,000.

Some tickets right next to the home dugout are being flogged for as much as £30,000.

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