Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is an eccentric character in his own right. Racing up touchlines, fist-bumping fans and breaking his glasses in celebration. However, tricky midfielder Philippe Coutinho may have gone one step ahead in the Reds' eccentric pecking order with his new tattoo.
A freshly-inked Coutinho and his teammates rocked up to a training session as reported by the Mirror on Wednesday, ahead of their top-end clash with Manchester City on Sunday.
The image displayed on the Brazilian's abdomen is surely one to be feared across the sporting world...
Presented without comment... pic.twitter.com/hqyGTEd22l— Who Ate All The Pies (@waatpies) March 16, 2017
Honestly, Mickey Mouse.
Whilst we can't be quite sure of the motives behind the artwork, we can be certain that it won't help the young Brazilian score any 30-yard screamers.
Coutinho has netted six times this term, assisting a further five whilst continuing to be linked with some of the largest teams in Europe. Real Madrid as well as Barcelona have registered interest, with Barca eyeing up a long-term replacement for Iniesta.
Injury towards the end of last season as had the playmaker, now 24, fighting for fitness and form for a lot of this years Premier League campaign.
Klopp and his men will be in a battle till the end, currently fourth in the league with Manchester United and Arsenal hot on their heels, both with two games in hand.