Published: Sun, August 12, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Jurgen Klopp told new Liverpool FC signing is ‘a bargain’

Jurgen Klopp told new Liverpool FC signing is ‘a bargain’

After putting on a solid performance for World Cup runners-up Croatia, Dejan Lovren is still out of the Liverpool team as he earned extended time off, providing Gomez an opportunity to start.

Meanwhile, young striker Rhian Brewster, who signed a five-year contract in July, has acquired the No. 24 shirt - last occupied by Joe Allen.

Another of Liverpool's summer signings, Xherdan Shaqiri, is likely to start on the bench, with the Liverpool boss unlikely to tinker with the attacking trio of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane, who slayed defences for fun last season. Sometimes we just focus too much on what happens at the end and when the goalkeeper gets in touch with the ball.

"We will see, we have not big issues but we have these little things where we have to think about if it's a risk or not and if it's a risk do we take it or not and all that stuff".

"We want to - that's clear for ages - be the champion of England or winning the league".

"We can not ignore that when trying to redefine Klopp as some kind of chequebook manager, or Liverpool's American owners as Roman Abramovich-style benefactors".

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An audacious and stunning overhead kick against Manchester United in the International Champions Cup has been the pick of his contributions so far, not to mention a perfectly-weighted cross to assist Daniel Sturridge against Torino.

Liverpool head into their Premier League opener against West Ham knowing they have won their last three games against the Hammers.

The Reds boss chose to reference the plot of Rocky IV in his response to how his side would go about bridging last season's 25-point deficit to Pep Guardiola's side. It's another case of "wait and see" and trust in Klopp - but one that most Liverpool fans will be content with.

Three early points, and for West Ham, a huge upset. Step by step, we have come closer.

Liverpool certainly aren't a virtual unknown from the slums of Philadelhpia, but maybe Klopp has a point.

And so Klopp and Liverpool have finally been able to build on something without losing a key player (ir changing manager) - and that could be invaluable. I'm looking forward to this season, to improve things, be competitive and to challenge for the right targets.

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