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Jurgen Klopp turns up at the Emirates with receipt for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain after watching England v Slovakia

Arsenal's returns policy is famously strict... much to the annoyance of Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp has been spotted lingering around outside the Emirates clutching the proof of purchase for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

The Liverpool gaffer was seen shaking his fist and yelling, demanding somebody provide him with a refund for the 24-year-old.

The strange incident occurred after Klopp had watched extended highlights of England’s World Cup qualifier against Slovakia.

Oxlade-Chamberlain participated in the 2-1 win but drew criticism for his first-half performance in particular.

Lee Satchell, an onlooker in north London this morning, witnessed the whole thing unfold: “It was definitely Klopp, hundred percent, and he was fuming.

“He kept shouting ‘Give me my f**king money back!’ and ‘False advertising, false advertising!’ over and over again, it was crazy.

“A crowd gathered round but nobody tried to calm him down. In fact, most of us could see his point.

“£35million for someone with an end product like that? It’s outrageous, daylight robbery even.”

We love you really, Alex

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We love you really, Alex

Oxlade-Chamberlain twice broke free in the first half at Wembley only to squander the chances with a loose pass and a shot that landed closer to the England band than Slovakia’s goal.

An Arsenal statement on the situation read: “Our returns policy is clear. The deal is final and that’s the end of it.

“As for the claims about false advertising, we never once said he had a decent end product, we were very clear about that.

“As far as we’re concerned, he’s Klopp’s problem now.”


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