Gary Neville Makes Huge Claim on Liverpool's Champions League Ambitions This Season

Gary Neville Makes Huge Claim on Liverpool's Champions League Ambitions This Season

Jurgen Klopp insists Liverpool are focused on all competitions this season, despite advice they should "kick the Champions League into touch" to help their Premier League title chances.

"It is clear, with numbers [from] games and all that stuff - we get so much information after a game, which you [the media] don't have - you see how players react in different situations".

Previous year I don't think even Gary Neville would have said 'let City win in the Champions League.' Sitting in an office talking about football is different to doing the job.

"Liverpool are one of the best teams in Europe, not only in England and have very good players, great manager and of course it will be a very tough game and will demand a lot of energy".

"What I would say is Liverpool have solved the problems they had against Spurs previous year, particularly at Wembley when Kane scored and Lovren made a couple of mistakes".

"Even Gary would say, don't let City win, I don't want to be too critical, sitting in an office is different to doing the job".

Discussing the worldwide break, Klopp said: "It's a big challenge but it's the same for all of us".

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A set-back like that would normally restrict Liverpool, but the emergence of Naby Keita has allowed them to alter their team a little more, so much so that £43m summer signing Fabinho has not played a single minute.

Klopp welcomed back the last of Liverpool's global contingent when Alisson Becker, Fabinho and Roberto Firmino returned to training on Thursday.

Liverpool also remain in talks with former Manchester United coach Jack Robinson about becoming an assistant goalkeeping coach at the club, sources have told ESPN FC.

The Argentinian said: "He needs to provide the team with his best, but maybe in the circumstances we are like a team, or when he plays with England it's maybe not the best conditions for a striker to give the best". I don't understands, do we play with kids or what?

"Now with the Nations League, worldwide managers can not rest players because it is a proper competition".

"Just one, and I think it's Liverpool", Morrison told Yahoo Sport's The Football Show.

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