Klopp leads Slot chants in final speech to Liverpool fans at Anfield

Jurgen Klopp marked his farewell at Liverpool by chanting the name of Arne Slot, his likely successor, during a goodbye speech on the pitch at Anfield after the 2-0 win against Wolves.

Wearing a red hoodie with the words "I'll Never Walk Alone" on the back, Klopp regaled the home fans with the song "Arne Slot, la la la la la" - to the tune of "Live is Life" by Austrian band Opus.

Slot, who has been coach at Dutch club Feyenoord since 2021, said on Friday that he will be the next Liverpool manager. Neither of the clubs have officially confirmed the appointment.

Klopp - who is leaving after nearly nine years at Anfield - addressed the crowd during a presentation on the pitch made by owners John W Henry and Tom Werner, chief executive Billy Hogan and Sir Kenny Dalglish, with the German offering a positive outlook on the future.

"You welcome the new manager like you welcomed me. You go all-in from the first day. And you keep believing and you push the team. Change is good," said Klopp.