Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has called for lifetime bans for the group of Chelsea fans who were filmed singing a racist chant about Mohamed Salah on Thursday.

Per the Mirror's Alex Richards, the Blues stopped three supporters from entering Slavia Prague's Sinobo Stadium after they were identified in a video calling the Egyptian "a bomber."

In his press conference ahead of Chelsea's visit on Sunday, Klopp said Friday:

"It's disgusting. It's something that should not happen.

"We shouldn't see it as a Chelsea or Liverpool thing. It's only a few people but the stronger the reaction from all of us, the more it will help avoid things like this in the future.

"It's another example of something that should absolutely not happen. It's another sign something is going wrong in the outside world.

"If you do something like that you should never enter a stadium again in your life."

The video of the supporters was posted to social media before the Blues faced Slavia in the first leg of their UEFA Europa League quarter-final.