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Tickets for Jurgen Klopp's final game at Anfield are going for an insane amount

Tickets for Jurgen Klopp's final game at Anfield are going for an insane amount

Liverpool's final league game of the season against Wolves will be Jurgen Klopp's last as the Reds manager.

Tickets for Jurgen Klopp's final game at Anfield are already being listed for a staggering five-figure sum, just days after he announced his intention to step down as Liverpool manager.

The 56-year-old, who confirmed his exit in an emotional interview on Friday, will take charge of his final Premier League game on May 19, when the Reds host Wolverhampton Wanderers in what could be crucial moments in the title race.

Klopp will, of course, take charge of upcoming league games against the likes of Chelsea, Manchester City and Spurs as he sees out the remainder of his time at Liverpool.

But three months before their final game of the season against Wolves, two tickets in Block L5, which is situated at the front of Anfield’s Main Stand, are being sold on resale website SeatPick for £18,000 each.

In fact, with VAT and a service fee being added to the eye-watering final bill, someone will have to fork out £24,480 for the privilege, according to a report from The Mirror.

Those tickets are situated behind the dugout, giving fans the perfect view of Klopp's final league game in charge of Liverpool after nine trophy-laden years.

The resale website, meanwhile, will earn a projected 40,700 percent profit from the £60 face-value seats if they are sold.

Klopp's potential final game in charge could be that league clash against Wolves on the afternoon of May 19, but reaching the Europa League final would set up a date in Dublin on May 22.

The FA Cup final is also set to take place at Wembley Stadium on May 25.

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Image credit: Getty
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Image credit: The Mirror

Klopp, who was under contract at Anfield until 2026, opened up about his decision in an interview on Friday.

“I can understand that it’s a shock for a lot of people in this moment, when you hear it for the first time, but obviously I can explain it – or at least try to explain it,” he told the club’s website.

“I love absolutely everything about this club, I love everything about the city, I love everything about our supporters, I love the team, I love the staff. I love everything. But that I still take this decision shows you that I am convinced it is the one I have to take.

“It is that I am, how can I say it, running out of energy. I have no problem now, obviously, I knew it already for longer that I will have to announce it at one point, but I am absolutely fine now. I know that I cannot do the job again and again and again and again."

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Image credit: Getty

Klopp added: "After the years we had together and after all the time we spent together and after all the things we went through together, the respect grew for you, the love grew for you and the least I owe you is the truth – and that is the truth.”

Pep Lijnders, Peter Krawietz and Vitor Matos are also set to leave Liverpool at the end of the season.

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