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Jürgen Klopp wants Liverpool trophy parade if Man City lose Premier League titles over 115 charges

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Jürgen Klopp had one final comment to make on Manchester City's 115 charges as he bid farewell to Liverpool. A special event was held with supporters on Tuesday night to celebrate Klopp's nine years at Anfield.

Klopp fired shots at Manchester United and Chelsea as he addressed the crowd and even reference how a dream Liverpool line-up could have looked, had FSG spent huge sums of money during his tenure.

Host John Bishop raised the subject of Klopp winning the Premier League title back in 2019/20, with Liverpool also being pipped by a single point by City on two further occasions.

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“You leave this club having won the Premier League once,” Bishop said. “There could be a court decision that means you’ve won the Premier League three times…”

Klopp interrupted: “If you organize a bus parade, I’m in! How long it takes I don’t care!" The German's comments drew a rapturous applause from those fans inside the M&S Arena for the event.

The Premier League charged City with 115 alleged breaches of its financial rules, over a nine-year period, back in February 2023 but the case has not yet been heard. City continues to vehemently deny any wrongdoing.

Premier League CEO Richard Masters has indicated that a hearing may not be too far away, saying last month that it would take place in the 'near future'. City has since secured another Premier League title after pipping Arsenal to top spot in the table.

It seems unlikely that the Premier League would strip City of its titles, should it be found guilty. Yet Everton and Nottingham Forest have both been handed points deductions this season and City's alleged breaches are more complex and appear to be more significant.

Liverpool.com says: Klopp could, and would, have won so much more as Liverpool boss had it not been for Pep Guardiola and Manchester City. The latest title triumph comes under a cloud with the financial charges still not dealt with. You would expect the hearing to come sooner rather than later and Klopp will be watching on intently.