Klopp not keen on playing title decider against Man City on neutral ground

If Liverpool and Manchester City both win their next game in the Premier League, The Reds will be able to clinch the title in their away game against City. It is possible that this game will be one of the games that will be played on neutral ground if Manchester City Council’s safety advisory group vote for it.

The Manchester Police have requested that five games will be played at neutral venues over safety concerns. If it was up to Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, his side and City would play at the Etihad. “I would prefer it is at Manchester, otherwise it would be really difficult to organise it,” Klopp said.

“I don’t know how it would be, but it would not be in Liverpool so it would mean we both have to go somewhere where we both need a hotel.” Liverpool need five points to secure their first league title in 30 years. The Reds hold a 20 point lead over Man City and they will face Crystal Palace on Wednesday, before meeting up with City on Thursday July 2nd.

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