Liverpool legend Bruce Grobbelaar believes owners Fenway Sports Group should make the Kop only for Scousers.
The former Reds keeper, who was back at Anfield for the first leg of the Champions League semi-final with Roma, says the atmosphere at games would be improved if those 12,000 seats were always filled by supporters from the city.
"On the European nights, the corporate fans from overseas can’t get tickets," Grobbelaar said.
"It’s mainly local fans there - that’s why the atmosphere is so great and the passion is so strong.
"For Premier League games, you get people coming from all over, paying big money to get into the games as part of a weekend away.
"I’d like to see the whole of the Kop just for people from Liverpool. Then you’ll find that the singing lasts for 90 minutes. It’s something for the owners to listen to."
European Cup winner Grobbelaar is a fan of current Liverpool No 1 Loris Karius, who has grasped his chance since replacing Simon Mignolet in January.
"Karius has been the one for me from the start," he told the ECHO.
"I watched him when he was at Mainz. I could see why Jürgen Klopp wanted him.
"When he first came here he didn’t play the same way as he did at Mainz. Now he’s getting back to that.
"Things have improved defensively since Virgil Van Dijk came in. Trent Alexander-Arnold is absolutely superb and Andy Robertson has been a revelation.
"We have got some good young defenders. Maybe we'll see centre-back partnership of Van Dijk with Joe Gomez come pre-season.
"The keeper who I believe should still be at Liverpool is Pepe Reina. He went too soon."https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/liverpool-owners-urged-make-kop-14592070