Published: Wed, February 26, 2020
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Gerrard: Liverpool would not function properly without a cog like Henderson

Gerrard: Liverpool would not function properly without a cog like Henderson

He shows the attributes of a Manchester United player.

SPORTBILD journalist Christian Falk reported earlier this month that Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is interested in bringing Werner to Anfield with the German worldwide understood to have a clause in his contract that could see him leave for around €60m in the summer.

In the home match of the 27th round of the championship of England, a victim of the Reds was the "West ham" - 3:2.

He has also scored a total of 89 goals in all competitions. They have shipped only one in that sequence when Raul Jimenez netted for Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux last month.

"Many things suggest that I would maybe fit in [at Liverpool] very well with my playing style".

Klopp's comments come amid reports that Barcelona and Real Madrid are planing to sign with four star Liverpool players - Egypt's Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, Virgil Van Dyck and Trent Alexander Arnold - during the 2020/2021 football season.

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Henderson's absence also comes at a time when champions-elect Liverpool, 22 points clear at the top, face a run of relatively undemanding league fixtures against West Ham, Watford and Bournemouth. "I think for the whole world, Liverpool are one of the top, top, top, top clubs. I saw the boys tonight, they are ready to fight and how I said as long as we are really ready to fight nobody should worry but we still have a lot of work to do". When you go to Manchester City, before you have even looked up, there is pressing on you.

Likewise, Liverpool didn't let their Champions League final defeat in 2018 get to them, as they surged to the showpiece event the following season and overcame Tottenham to lift the trophy for a sixth time.

It was a bad weekend for the clubs battling relegation at the bottom end of the Premier League.

In Klopp's letter, he said he noted Daragh did not send him good luck but he was pleased to hear from him nonetheless.

He wrote: "Having read your letter, though, I think I can safely say that one thing that will not change is your passion for football and for your club".

"We took positives from the first game, that we could create chances and get after them".

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