Klopp admits he keeps eye on Oxlade-Chamberlain and Perrie Edwards on Instagram

Jurgen Klopp has revealed he has a secret Instagram account – and he uses it to keep an eye on Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Perrie Edwards.

Unlike some managers, Klopp has no obvious social media presence, and instead only provides updates on his Liverpool team in press conferences and interviews.

But that doesn't mean to say the German isn't social media savvy, nor that he isn't keeping an eye on what his players get up to on Instagram.

"Since last summer I am on Instagram, not active, but I follow all my players," the Liverpool manager told talkSPORT. "I follow Ox and his girlfriend, they obviously have a fancy life when I'm not around.

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"I have a secret name. I'll never be active on social media, but it's really fun when I go on it and it's always the same guys.

"The good thing is I can never forget one of my players' birthdays again! That's really cool."

Klopp's Liverpool take on Everton in the Merseyside derby this Saturday looking to bounce back with a win after their 7-2 hammering at the hands of Aston Villa last time out.

Ahead of the clash at Goodison Park, Klopp said: "A week before Aston Villa, we played one of the best games I've ever seen as Liverpool manager [Arsenal] then we lost in the cup and then played a really bad game. We are ready [to go again]."

Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti added: "Every time I play against Liverpool it is an exciting game. The only thing missing is the fans."

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