LFC players head to hotel for Jurgen Klopp's leaving party

Mo Salah and Harvey Elliott are celebrating Jurgen Klopp tonight
Mo Salah and Harvey Elliott are celebrating Jurgen Klopp tonight -Credit:Instagram/Mohamed Salah

Jurgen Klopp and his Liverpool FC team have headed back to the Titanic Hotel after his final match as manager.

It has been an emotional afternoon at Anfield, with thousands of fans lining the streets earlier to say a final goodbye to Klopp. The Reds also beat Wolves 2-0 in the last game of the season.

During Klopp's nine years with Liverpool he has won seven trophies - including a sixth European Cup and ending a 30-year wait to win the Premier League. And he said a heartfelt farewell to fans and to everyone in Liverpool after the final whistle on Sunday.

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When asked what his immediate next steps after today's game were, Klopp said: "I have no clue [what I will do tomorrow]. Packing probably.

"I have enough things to do, private life must be planned as well but I’ve been here doing things and probably [wife] Ulla will update me where we go. I have no clue what’s coming up. We have a party tonight."

The party is officially underway
The party is officially underway -Credit:Instagram/Mo Salah

Photos seen by the ECHO appeared to show a red carpet and security guards outside the Titanic Hotel, which is where the team set off for the match from earlier today, this evening. Reds hero Mohammed Salah also shared a selfie at the venue as he posed with Harvey Elliott.

Virgil Van Dijk and Ryan Gravenberch can also be seen in the background.

One person who didn't wish to be named said: "I just drove past the Titanic on the off chance knowing they were there before the game.

"When I got there I noticed a lot of blacked out Mercedes and had a feeling it would be something to do with Liverpool and then next minute Joe Gomez pulled up.

"Hopefully they all have a good night and get the chance to celebrate what they've achieved as a team and to celebrate Jürgen who has done a great job. They all deserve a good hangover."

Ashleigh Smith waited outside the Titanic Hotel Liverpool with her boys for about half an hour. They missed the arrival of the players and waited hoping to catch a glimpse of them stepping outside.

She said: “We saw something on Facebook about the bus and thought it might have just been from before the match but the light looked different so we came down to check. My boys are huge LFC fans!”

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