Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was caught using explicit language when a fan requested his autograph

On Wednesday, Liverpool concluded their pre-season tour of Singapore with a loss against German Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich.

Cody Gakpo, Virgil van Dijk, and Luis Diaz all found the net, but the Reds fell short in a 4-3 defeat, with Bayern stars Serg Gnabry, Leroy Sane, Josip Stanisic, and Frans Kratzig scoring for the opposition.

Following the match, Klopp was caught on camera swearing at a fan who requested an autograph at the team hotel. You can view the footage below.

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Klopp was heard saying: “Very quick yeah, I don’t have the time actually.”

The German then said: “And you have to hold the f***ing shirt properly.”

People behind the camera could be heard apologising as Klopp did proceed to sign the shirt.

During the pre-season tour, Klopp spoke about the amount of fans that were waiting for him and the players.

He said: “The atmosphere was great, I said it outside. The people created something really special, we felt from the first second super-welcome. That’s intense as well! People were waiting everywhere for us, I understand that.

“But I will not miss opening a door and everyone is cheering, to be honest. I’ll be really happy if I can open a door at home and nobody is cheering!”

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On Liverpool’s defensive display against Bayern, Klopp said: “Around the goals obviously not that great, but there were a lot of other moments that were really, really good as well.

“Apart from that, how I said, I saw a lot of good individual performances, I think really encouraging, really positive, and we can work with that, that’s it.”

Liverpool will be back in action on Monday as they face Darmstadt for their final pre-season match. The Reds will then begin their 23/24 Premier League campaign against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on 13 August.

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