Klopp believes life bans from stadiums are the only appropriate punishment for anyone found guilty of racism.
Klopp said: "It's disgusting, another example of something which absolutely should not happen". "It's another example of something that should not happen".
Meanwhile, Liverpool have reacted to the discriminatory chants as they described it as disturbing, noting that the club will work with the Merseyside police to ascertain the fact about the footage.
"The stronger the reaction from all of us, the more it will help to avoid things like this in the future", he said.
It is also important to note that we do not think of it as exclusively a "Chelsea thing".
Three supporters were turned away from Chelsea's Europa League quarter-final tie with Slavia Prague on Thursday after being captured on camera singing a racially abusive song directed at Liverpool's Egyptian forward Mo Salah.
"These guys now are football fans, and if you do something like that, you should not be able to enter a stadium again, in my point of view, in your life".
"Go in each dressing room, and you find them all there sitting there together, next to each other and nobody cares about where he's coming from, who his parents were".
According to the former Arsenal striker, those involved in the act should not be regarded as Chelsea fans because they do not represent the intention and values of the club.
A win would put them in pole position with a game in hand still to play.
It is not the first incident of alleged racist behaviour from Chelsea supporters this season, after four Chelsea supporters were suspended by the club for abusing Raheem Sterling during Manchester City's 2-0 Premier League win at Stamford Bridge on December 8.
Talking to Sky Sports, Merson said: "I'm not sure if Eden Hazard's going to play as the Europa League is a massive competition for Chelsea. You can tell all the fans out there to ignore it", Klopp told a news conference ahead of Sunday's home clash with Chelsea.
So, Sunday's game could be set for another dramatic ending.
"I'm really not saying it's easy, because when he has the ball it's already pretty much too late".