Jurgen Klopp poised for homecoming as Liverpool may play Midtjylland in Dortmund

Liverpool could face a late switch in venue for their Champions League clash with Danish side FC Midtjylland.

The Champions League group tie could be moved to Germany because of the coronavirus travel restrictions in Denmark.

And Borussia Dortmund's Signal Iduna Park has emerged as a contender to host the game on December 9.

Kop boss Jurgen Klopp is obviously well acquainted to the ground having spent seven years in charge of Dortmund.

Denmark was removed from the UK's travel corridor earlier this month because mutated forms of coronavirus were discovered at mink farms in the country.

It sparked fears it could pass to humans.

Anyone travelling from there to the UK must now self-isolate for 14 days.

Elite athletes have not been given special dispensation from the UK government on this.

But they did make an exemption for the Iceland national team, who played England at Wembley last night, despite having played in Copenhagen at the weekend.

Liverpool are not travelling to Denmark as it stands though and face a wait to see where the game will be played.

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