Liverpool FC fans met with two-word message to Jurgen Klopp at M&S Bank Arena

A two-word message to Jurgen Klopp greeted thousands of Liverpool fans at the M&S Bank Arena tonight.

The 56-year-old is saying his final goodbye to LFC fans as the arena hosts An Evening with Jurgen Klopp. The emotional event comes after the German announced in January that he would be leaving the club at the end of the season.

Fans have been making their feelings known to Klopp for months and many were overcome with emotion during his final game at Anfield on May 19. The Reds beat Wolves 2-0 but the day belonged to Klopp as he bid an emotional goodbye to the Kop.

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The final chapter of Klopp's LFC goodbye takes place tonight during a celebration of his nine years in charge at the club that saw the team life eight major trophies. Klopp took part in a Q&A, hosted by John Bishop and Peter McDowall, as he shared stories from his memorable nine years on Merseyside. T

The evening also contained performances from Liverpool bands, Lightning Seeds and The Zutons. Fans walking into the arena were greeted with a message to Jurgen Klopp as they took their seats.

ECHO reporter Ryan Paton posted on X, formerly Twitter: ""Danke Jürgen" is the message on the stage ahead of tonight's farewell in celebration of an incredible nine years in charge of Liverpool FC."

The event started on an emotional note as classical singer, Alfie Boe arrived on stage, to perform a moving rendition of You'll Never Walk Along. The thousands in attendance united in song to give the iconic manager a special send off that will live long in the memory.

Before the event, Jurgen Klopp sent a special message to fans. Talking on Instagram, Klopp said to fans: "Okay, so now I've tried to put myself somehow in proper gear to say now for the last time, hopefully, goodbye.

"I'm pretty sure it will be a good event - again pretty emotional, but I think we are through the worst now. So we can have a good time and that's the plan.

"So I wish you as well - if you can see it - if you can watch it (I'm not sure if somebody shows it) a wonderful night as well.

"So let's go! So here we go, that's it. Ready for the party."

Klopp ends the clip with a shot of himself in the mirror dressed in a navy blue suit with white trainers.