Liverpool vs Wolves tickets on sale for staggering sums ahead of Jürgen Klopp's Anfield farewell

Jürgen Klopp salutes the Liverpool supporters during the draw with Aston Villa
Jürgen Klopp salutes the Liverpool supporters during the draw with Aston Villa -Credit:(Photo by Chris Brunskill/Fantasista/Getty Images)

Liverpool is preparing to bid farewell to Jürgen Klopp on what is sure to be an emotional afternoon on Sunday. Many Reds supporters will not be fortunate enough to be at Anfield with tickets on sale for eye-watering prices.

The German will bring the curtain down on his nine-year tenure with his side finishing third in the Premier League this season. He has admitted he may struggle to fight back the tears when he walks out of the tunnel for the final time.

It is expected to be a full house at Anfield, with visitors Wolves handed an allocation of just over 2,500 tickets. Yet those Liverpool fans hoping to get their hands on one may have to pay over the odds.

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There remains opportunities for members to buy tickets through Liverpool's official website, with more going on sale on Friday morning . But third-party sites have several seats already listed for huge sums.

According to website Ticombo, the cheapest seats available are in the Anfield Road End for a steady $254 (£200/€233). There remains some seats in the Main stand, close to the dugout, priced at a staggering $9k (£7k/€8.2k)

Liverpool has confirmed it will wear its new 2024/25 home shirt for the first time against Wolves on Sunday. Klopp lauded the Reds supporters after Monday night's draw with Aston Villa, in what was his final away match.

"I know it's the last time, it just doesn't feel it. I am obviously more professional than I thought because I was completely in the game. I had no movie going, nothing," he said in his post-match press conference.

"I appreciate so much what these boys and girls are doing. The away fans were always absolutely insane. What they did, where they were, we asked them to travel a lot over the years. It was a wonderful relationship, is a wonderful relationship! I always try to show my appreciation." says: There will not be a dry eye in the house on Sunday as Klopp calls time on his Liverpool tenure. He will be eager to finish with three points but the match will simply be an opportunity for his players and Liverpool fans to show their gratitude. The Reds will embark on a lap of honor at full-time and Klopp will likely address the supporters before he leaves Anfield for the last time as Liverpool manager.