WATCH: Jurgen Klopp dancing with John Barnes at Liverpool's end-of-season party

The 56-year-old manager is an energetic person on and off the field. He was seen dancing and enjoying himself at Liverpool's end-of-season party. The video has been on social media shows the former Liverpool boss dancing alongside legend John Barnes.

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WATCH: Jurgen Klopp dancing with John Barnes at Liverpool's end-of-season party

Klopp dancing in end of season party (Source- Twitter)

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Jurgen Klopp has been one of the finest coaches of this generation. The German manager has been successful in his managerial career in Germany and as well as in England. The former Liverpool manager announced his departure from the club after the end of the current season after nine years of his tenure with the club. He has been a legendary coach for the club giving them their much-awaited English Premier League title after 30 years. 

Klopp played his final game on Sunday against Wolves and the side won the game by 2-0. However, after being knocked out of the Premier League title race in his final season, and could not win a major trophy except for the Carabao Cup, he did not have a fairytale ending with the club. However, he won many accolades with the club including UEFA Champions League and FA Cups. He was seen in tears after the final whistle of the game. 

The 56-year-old manager is an energetic person on and off the field. He was seen dancing and enjoying himself at Liverpool's end-of-season party. The video has been on social media shows the former Liverpool boss dancing alongside legend John Barnes, for one last time in England. The manager was very emotional and cried in the arms of Virgil van Dijk and enjoyed his final moment at Anfield. 

Here's the video

Will Arne Slot carry on the legacy of Klopp?

The Merseyside club have already announced their next coach ahead of the next season. Feyenoord manager Arne Slot will be taking charge at Anfield and the Dutch coach will be under huge pressure in the next season with the standard that Klopp has set in his almost a decade with the club. 

Under the German, many young players came through the ranks of the academy and have given more than 40 Liverpool academy graduates their senior debut making their names, with Trent Alexander-Arnold, Jarrell Quansah and a lot more. He saw the potential in some players who were in smaller clubs, with Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, Virgil van Dijk, Harvey Elliot, Andy Robertson and the number goes on. 

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