Sport Klopp does not regret Can exit

15:16  10 august  2018
15:16  10 august  2018 Source:   readsport.co

No one can replace Coutinho at Liverpool - Klopp

  No one can replace Coutinho at Liverpool - Klopp The Reds boss is glad none of his recent signings will have to operate with the pressure of being the Brazilian's direct replacementJurgen Klopp insists seeking a like-for-like replacement for Philippe Coutinho was never part of Liverpool’s transfer plans this close-season because such a player does not exist.

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Jürgen Klopp said he had no regrets over selecting the youngest starting lineup in Liverpool’s history and a third-round replay was deserved reward for Plymouth Argyle after a 0-0 draw.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says he has no regrets over the club’s decision to let Emre Can leave the club this summer.

As reported by the Liverpool Echo, Klopp maintains that he has a good relationship with the German international, despite his move to Juventus.

“We always had and still have a good relationship. I have no problem with a player leaving. The only problem I had for the club was that I wanted to get some money: ‘Sign a new contract and then we’ll sell you!’ But that wasn’t really realistic.”

“There was never a problem between Emre and I. Emre is 24 now. Playing in another country can be a life target: ‘I’ve spent four years in England, now I want to go somewhere else.’ Why not? He’s a top player and he’s gone to a top club, it’s all good.”

Alisson to make Liverpool debut against Napoli

  Alisson to make Liverpool debut against Napoli Liverpool have confirmed that Alisson will make his debut for the club against Napoli. Jurgen Klopp has said that the Brazilian will finally make his debut for the Reds against Napoli in Dublin on Saturday after his big money move from Roma this Summer. The Brazilian started training with the Reds this week following a short break after Brazil’s World Cup exit. Klopp said, via Sky Sports: “It’s pretty likely (he’ll make his debut). We should not waste time.” “Then it’ll be nearly a week, or six days in training, since he (started) and yes, he will play” Liverpool take on Napoli in Dublin, before travelling back to Liverpool to face Torino before they kick off their Premier League campaign. The Reds open the season against West Ham, as they look to challenge for the title with their new arrivals being a key part of their campaign this season.

Brendan Rodgers ended up with Mario Balotelli and Rickie Lambert as replacements that summer and the seeds of his own exit were sown. Unsurprisingly, not many clubs in world football do . Unlike post-Suárez, Xabi Alonso or Fernando Torres, however, Klopp is correct to state that the steady

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The midfielder completed a free transfer to the Serie A champions earlier this summer, ending months of speculation about his future.

Can reject new contract offers from the Liverpool as it became clear he was searching for his next move.

Several clubs, including Real Madrid and Bayern, were linked with the player, but it was the Old Lady who won the race to sign the player.

Liverpool already had Naby Keita joining the club this summer from RB Leipzig, but they also acted quickly to bring in Fabinho from AS Monaco.

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Klopp doesn't believe De Bruyne injury affects title chase .
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has criticised fans who believe the injury sustained to Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne has levelled the playing field. The 27-year old midfielder is seen as huge loss for the defending champions, who will be without the Belgian for up to three months. While some Reds fans have rejoiced in the knowledge that City’s absence of De Bruyne may have aided their title charge, Klopp was not so forthcoming about the situation. Talking exclusively to Sky Sports, Klopp said: “I think somebody who thinks like that [injury works in Liverpool’s favour], about a situation like that, is an a**hole, to be honest. I am not like that. First of all, I wish him the absolute very best.” “I love this player, I wanted him desperately when I was at Dortmund and he was at Chelsea, but Jose didn’t give him to me!” “What a season he had, what a World Cup he played. I really feel for him. They have options of course, like they always have options, they brought in Riyad Mahrez, but they can all play in different positions.” “Bernardo Silva can play a bit deeper, [Phil] Foden can play in positions, [Ilkay] Gundogan can play in positions.” “Nobody needs to worry about Man City and their quality, there is still a lot there. We don’t look at the other teams, we really only try to make the best of our situation, and that will hopefully work.

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