Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has responded to reports that the Reds might not be able to lift the Premier League title at Anfield if their games are moved to a neutral venue.
With the league set to resume next month, the Reds only need two more wins to secure their first Premier League title and first in 30 years.
Klopp's men could clinch the title against local rivals Everton, although reports in England claim that the encounter might not take place at Anfield after police requested the match be played at a neutral venue.
However, Klopp is hopeful that the situation can be resolved in order to lift the trophy at Anfield without their supporters.
"In the moment for me whenever it will be, in an empty stadium blah, blah, blah, with all the thoughts and prayers and love from the people all around the world it will still be an absolutely exceptional day in my life," the Reds manager told told beIN SPORTS.
"Wherever it will be I don't know - we hope it will be at Anfield but we don't know and that's not important. I'm pretty sure that we can solve the situation here as well in Liverpool.
"We waited a while for this situation and it's not done yet; if we had stopped the league, or it would not have happened, the silly null and void stuff.
"We wanted to play anyway and now we are really desperate to play because we want to become champions on the pitch and it looks like we can do that.
"It will not be perfect but we knew for a while it would not be perfect so we are used to that. We want to have it and then we will see how it feels. I am pretty sure it will feel pretty good.
"Most of the people on this planet never have the chance to become champions of the Premier League. For us, it looks like we have the chance, so we take it."
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