Jurgen Klopp impressed with £53m man Naby Keita

Jurgen Klopp impressed with £53m man Naby Keita

STYLISH CITY SPOIL EMERY'S ARSENAL BOW: Manchester City ruined the start of the Unai Emery era at Arsenal as the champions signalled their intent to retain the Premier League title with a stylish 2-0 win on Sunday. Manchester City just pipped them to the post in the end, but the former Chelsea man certainly played his part in what was a thrilling domestic campaign that so almost garnered a return to the glory days for the red half of Merseyside. Soon after debutant Riyad Mahrez was substituted in the second half, having earlier forced Petr Cech into a good save, Bernardo Silva added the second goal in the 65th minute from an assist by Benjamin Mendy. Mourinho named Pogba captain and hailed a "monster" performance after he took responsibility to open the scoring from the penalty spot. You can not test before you have the test. Woodward is adamant Pogba is not for sale despite rumoured interest from Barcelona.

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Naby Keïta impressed on his Liverpool debut as Klopp fielded the £52.75m signing from Red Bull Leipzig on the left of a three-man midfield.

An intelligently timed pass to Robertson aided Liverpool's opener in a game where Keita floated around the pitch that he owned, barely needing to get out of second gear. On the subs bench they are also joined by Loris Karius, Nathaniel Clyne, captain Jordan Henderson, Adam Lallana and Daniel Sturridge.

"The most important thing was the three points and we got them, so we're very pleased".

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"Naby is a good player - you can see that and he's only going to get better", said Liverpool veteran James Milner.

The midfielder's future may not be sorted out until August 31, when the transfer window closes in Spain. "I'm pleased, absolutely, but actually that's what we expected". "He has to improve, to have training", Sarri said.

The forward who can play on either flank as well as a striker, made 26 appearances for the Portuguese top-flight side after making his debut in 2015.

The 23-year-old's contract at the Ligue 1 champions is in its final year and the player will be allowed to speak to clubs from January onwards with Liverpool hoping to snag the midfielder on a pre-contract agreement before signing the player next summer.

Klopp's side dropped far too many points last season with silly draws against sides they should have been beating comfortably and picking up a solitary point in a battle against a City side that will be winning consistently is effectively a defeat.

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