High flying Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp is in the country.
Less than a week after decisively beating his arch-rival Pep Guardiola, Klopp has arrived in South Africa for what is believed to be a private visit.
According to news reports, the German has charitable ties to Cape Town, and that may be the reason he has taken advantage of this weekend’s international break to visit. Apparently, he has close ties to Hout Bay United Football, and has even donated hundreds of thousands of rand to it.
In Cape Town, the 52 year old was pictured meeting Springbok captain Siya Kolisi and Proteas Test skipper Faf du Plessis.
Klopp last visited South Africa in 2017.
As his players embark on international duty, it is proper for him to also take a well deserved holiday break, happy that his team is 8 points clear on top of the English Premier League.