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Liverpool vs Wolves tickets are still going for an insane amount ahead of Jurgen Klopp farewell

Liverpool vs Wolves tickets are still going for an insane amount ahead of Jurgen Klopp farewell

The Kop boss will step down this summer and the Premier League clash at Anfield is his final game in charge.

Jurgen Klopp's final game in charge of Liverpool comes this weekend and Kopites who do not have a ticket but are willing to stump up the cash can still be at Anfield for his farewell.

Liverpool take on Wolves at Anfield in the final round of Premier League fixtures, with Klopp's side finishing third in his final campaign at the club.

The German has won silverware in his final campaign at Anfield after beating Chelsea in the League Cup final, but were knocked out of the Europa League and the FA Cup.

A title challenge fell by the wayside, with Manchester City and Arsenal being left to battle it out on the last day of the campaign.

During his time at Liverpool, after joining the club in October 2015 to replace the sacked Brendan Rodgers, Klopp has won the Premier League title and the Champions League, as well as the FA Cup, two League Cups, the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup.

Klopp's farewell match will be memorable for all Liverpool fans who are there - and tickets can still be found for those fans with deep pockets.

The Liverpool Echo reports that on ticket marketplace website Ticombo, the cheapest seats on offer are in the Anfield Road Stand for £200.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp. (

However, some seats in the Main Stand are priced at a whopping £7,000.

At time of writing, the most expensive tickets were coming in at just over £3,000, which were in the Main Stand, while the cheapest was for £299 in the Anfield Road Stand.

It would be history to be there, but it depends how much fans are willing to pay to be part of it.

Feyenoord boss Arne Slot is poised to replace Klopp in the dugout from next season, after confirming the appointment on Friday.

He said: "I can confirm that I will become the trainer there next year.

"Until now I was not thinking about this being the build-up to my last match, but that starts coming now. At the beginning of the week you are thinking about training and those kind of things.

"But the feeling gets stronger now. That is why I'm a little bit late now [for the news conference], because I wanted to say goodbye to some people personally and take time for them, more than just shaking hands.

"I understand that good results help, but it is very nice to feel that people really are thinking it's a pity that I'm leaving."

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Topics: Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Football, Premier League