It's safe to say that Alberto Moreno's latest tattoo has taken the world of social media by storm.
The Liverpool star recently took to Instagram, as you can see below, to show off the latest design that has been inked on him.
So just to put it in context, the humorously crazy tattoo is an image of an ape wearing glasses and holding a gun. If that's not ridiculous enough for you, then fear not as the ape is also wearing headphones. Each to their own...
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The Liverpool defender failed to reveal just why he had opted for an ape tattoo, but does it really matter? In a strange kind of way, it's handed the rest of us some joy.
As you can imagine, the response to Moreno's tattoo has been, well, interesting.
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First thing's first, here's the tattoo:
Don't worry, we haven't forgotten about the social media reaction. Here are the best tweets:
Moreno may well be making some interesting decisions away from the field of play, but he's established himself as a key man for Liverpool this season. In fact, he has featured in 28 Premier League games for the Reds and has played a prominent role since the arrival of Jurgen Klopp.
Under Klopp's guidance on Merseyside, Moreno should go from strength-to-strength over the coming years.
Next up for Moreno, the ape and Liverpool is a huge Europa League quarter-final clash against German outfit Borussia Dortmund.
The Reds secured an impressive 1-1 draw in Germany last week but will be well aware that they can't rest on their laurels on Thursday. Thomas Tuchel's side, despite failing to hit top form last week, are one of the classiest sides in Europe and shouldn't be underestimated.
Liverpool, then, will have to be at their best and Klopp has revealed that his side don't have any fresh injury concerns ahead of the tie.
Ahead of the club's crunch clash, as per Liverpool's official website, Klopp told reporters: “All of them [are fit], nothing happened really after the Stoke game. I have heard nothing so everything is OK.
“In a perfect world, each player is in the best shape he can be in. You have always more than 11 players, so there are always difficult decisions. This situation is more of a moment where you can make no mistakes as a manager [because] each player you take and bring into the line-up is in good shape, so that’s good news.
“It will be not too difficult [to pick a line-up], it’s only difficult for the players to accept in moments like this that they are not in the line-up because they feel good and they feel confident. If you are not involved in a game, not even in the squad, that’s the problem.
“It’s not difficult that I don’t know who to bring into the game. It’s more than 11 players, more than 16 players, in a good shape and that’s good news – and that’s all.”
What do you make of Moreno's tattoo and will Liverpool eliminate Dortmund? Have your say below!