Liverpool's BRAND NEW Jurgen Klopp documentary set to air in 'coming weeks'

Liverpool will release a brand new Jurgen Klopp documentary in the 'coming weeks' that will feature interviews with the likes of Pep Guardiola and Alex Ferguson. 

Klopp announced his decision to leave Liverpool back in late January and the German now has just two games left in charge of the club before his time at Anfield comes to an end.

Liverpool's 4-2 victory over Tottenham at the weekend was the 56-year-old's penultimate home game as Reds boss, with clashes against Aston Villa and Wolverhampton Wanderers all that remain.

Arne Slot is almost certain to be named as Klopp's successor, but no manager can truly replace the former Borussia Dortmund manager in the Anfield hot seat.

There won't be a dry eye in the house during the final home game of Klopp's reign against Wolves on Sunday 19 May and Liverpool fans will be battling tears when watching Liverpool's brand new Klopp documentary that's set to release soon.


According to the Daily Mail, Liverpool will be airing a 'special documentary' in the 'coming weeks' to commemorate Klopp's time at Anfield.

It will feature exclusive interviews with some of the world's greatest ever coaches, including current Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola, Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti and former Manchester United coach Alex Ferguson.

Chelsea boss Mauricio Pochettino, who has endured some traumatic clashes with Klopp at Tottenham and Chelsea, will also be involved.

Per the report, Liverpool were keen to provide their own 'different angle' regarding a documentary about Klopp's departure, with a separate multi-episode series already being filmed for the German's final season in charge.

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However, that multi-episode documentary is still yet to be picked up by a broadcaster or television company.

Liverpool fans will be eager to soak up as much Klopp content as humanly possible when he departs, regardless of the Reds' limp end to the current season.

There has been no official announcement of the documentary just yet, but it would make sense if it launched shortly after the end of the campaign.

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