- Jurgen Klopp who is the handler of Liverpool has lost his mother Elisabeth
- The German football gaffer won't also be able to attend his mother's funeral
- Klopp and his wards are currently occupying fourth position on the Premier League table
Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp is currently bereaved following the demise of his 1-year-old mother who died in Germany and her son won't be allowed to attend the funeral.
This will be a sad news for Liverpool gaffer Jurgen Klopp as the restriction on travels won't allow him to say his final goodbye messages to his dear mother.
According to the report on Daily Mail, Jurgen Klopp explained that the death of his dear mother came as a great loss for him and will definitely miss her.
''She meant everything to me. She was a real mum in the best sense of the world. As a devout Christian, I know she is in a better place now.
Jurgen Klopp last visited Elisabeth in Germany for her 80th birthday but restrictions on travel imposed by the German authorities mean he won't be able to attend the funeral in person.
Meanwhile, Liverpool are currently occupying fourth position on the Premier League table with 40 points after 23 games played.
The Reds will be facing Leicester City in their next Premier League game which will be a tough encounter for Jurgen Klopp and his wards.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Liverpool were handed a 4-1 defeat by Manchester City on Sunday night January 7 and the Red’s boss Jurgen Klopp stated that a top four finish is what they will now chase.
Manchester City thrashed defending champions in a thrilling Premier League encounter at Anfield to open a five-point gap over second-place team Manchester United.
Goalkeeper Alisson made two blunders which cost his side in the encounter with Klopp saying it could have been down to cold feet.
Jurgen Klopp's side has now become the first team after Chelsea, to lose three straight home league games the season after emerging EPL champions.
Chelsea were the first to record such an unwanted record over 60 years back.
Jurgen Klopp says top four is now Liverpool's 'main target' and suggests Alisson's errors in 4-1 defeat to Man City could be down to cold feet.