The Reds have been blessed with some legendary bosses down the years, from Bob Paisley to Kenny Dalglish and all the way to Rafael Benitez.
But in the modern era, no manager has galvanised the club quite like Klopp.
He has well and truly awoken a sleeping giant, sealing Liverpool's sixth Champions League crown last season.
If he can deliver the club's first Premier League title in the next few years, he will be immortalised in the Reds' folklore for eternity.
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And today is a very special day for Liverpool and Klopp, because it is exactly four years since the German signed for the club after leaving Borussia Dortmund.
Brendan Rodgers had just been sacked and the club was in turmoil, with Klopp handed a seemingly impossible task with a pretty lacklustre squad.
But in four years, the German has completed one of the greatest squad overhauls in history, turning Liverpool into arguably the strongest side in world football.
And while they all arrived with glowing reputations, the manager has turned masterminded their change from quality players into unquestionable superstars.
No wonder he was named as the FIFA's Coach of the Year.
The players love him, the fans adore him and even rivals fans can't deny the positivity and energy he has brought to the red half of Merseyside.
We salute you, Jurgen Norbert Klopp, a Liverpool legend in the making!News Now - Sport News