The German boss bid an emotional farewell to Anfield following Liverpool's 2-0 win over Wolves in their final game of the season.

After nine remarkable seasons, Jurgen Klopp's time at Anfield has finally come to an end.

The German manager announced he would be stepping down as Liverpool manager at the end of this season back in late January, and while fans have had months to come to terms with his exit, Anfield was an emotional venue nonetheless following their final game of the season.

The Merseyside giants beat Wolves 2-0 on the final day, thus waving goodbye to Klopp with a win. The 56-year-old also got a standing ovation from the Anfield crowd and was treated to a touching guard of honor during his farewell. 

The German also shared an emotional embrace with Alisson and club captain Virgil van Dijk, two key figures behind their UEFA Champions League and Premier League titles. Additionally, Trent Alexander-Arnold, who went from an academy graduate to one of the best full-backs in world football under Jurgen's tutelage, was seen in tears. 

The departing manager, meanwhile, fought back the tears before eventually picking up the microphone and issuing his parting speech. Klopp also showed his class by singing the chant of incoming manager Arne Slot and encouraging the Anfield crowd to join in — to which they obliged en masse.

And then came the final fist pumps, with the German facing the Kop before throwing six punches into the air as the crowd cheered it all on.

With the 2023-24 Premier League campaign finally coming to an end, English football bids farewell to one of its most iconic managers. Klopp departs Merseyside having won eight titles, if you include the 2020 Community Shield, thus leaving the incoming Arne Slot with some big shoes to fill.