Klopp was shown a red card by referee Anthony Taylor during the clash against reigning champions Manchester City at Anfield on Sunday.


The German tactician is eagerly waiting to see if there is any additional punishment on the cards after his sending off.



As it is, Klopp will be in the dugout for the Hammers’ visit on Wednesday given there is no automatic one-match suspension for managers who receive their marching orders.


The 55-year-old proponent of Gegenpressing is waiting for Taylor’s match report at present to see if further action will be taken against him.



Liverpool prevailed over the Citizens in the end due to a Mohamed Salah goal in the second half, with Erling Haaland kept quiet by their defence.


The Reds inflicted their first defeat of the league campaign on Manchester City, with the Reds climbing up to eighth in the league table, to within six points of the top four.



West Ham are currently situated in 12th place after ten games after drawing at Southampton on Sunday.