The mural on Jamaica Street was created over two days at the weekend by the Liverpool artist Caleb.
The final result shows Klopp’s beaming smile next to the words “We are Liverpool 2020!” and a Liver bird clutching the Premier League trophy.
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Speaking to the ECHO about why he decided to paint the mural, Caleb said: “Liverpool have just made history and there’s a great atmosphere in the city at the moment.
“It just needed to be done. Someone had to do it so I decided it was going to be me.”
The artwork, situated next to the now-famous Liver Bird Wings by Paul Curtis, is the latest piece to celebrate Klopp and Liverpool FC’s incredible achievements as World, European and now Premier League champions.
The Liverpool boss has previously been immortalised on nearby Jordan Street by Manchester artist Akse.
The Jordan Street mural shows the ever-smiling Klopp next to the slogan “This Is Liverpool – This Means More”, and has already proved a hit with passers-by wanting to grab a picture with the Reds boss’s image.
On the area’s newest artwork on Jamaica Street, Caleb said: “My grandad was a massive Liverpool fan and he passed away a few years ago.
“I felt obliged to do that for his as well, so it’s sort of a mural for my grandad also.”
More of Caleb’s artwork can be found on his Instagram page here.