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Liverpool Not Selling Any Player In January, Says Klopp

 

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has no intention of permitting any of his gamers to depart the membership within the January switch window as he closes in on the Premier League title.

Klopp’s facet are 13 factors away from defending champions Manchester City with two matches in hand and look sure to be topped English champions for the primary time since 1990.

Unbeaten Liverpool face Wolves away on Thursday, in search of their twenty second win out of 23 Premier League matches this season.

Sevilla and Roma have made tentative approaches concerning a mortgage deal for Xherdan Shaqiri, who’s presently unfit, however Klopp mentioned there was no plan for any departures.

“We had the majority of December and January with a bench full of kids,” Klopp mentioned at his pre-match press convention. “Wonderful kids, but kids, so how could we think about giving a player to anybody? I don’t understand that.

“It’s not about Shaq, it’s about pretty much everybody. We just have to keep them for sorting our situation and not the situation for different clubs.”

Klopp mentioned regardless of his workforce’s rampant type, they might nonetheless get higher, highlighting the necessity for higher focus.

“There’s a lot of space for improvement,” he mentioned. “What can we do in situations like that (the 2-0 win against Manchester United on Sunday)? How can we help ourselves? How lively can we stay even without creating constantly?”

“We need to find a common way in these situations to still dominate the game in a slightly different manner,” he added.

Klopp hailed goalkeeper Alisson Becker, who supplied an help for Mohamed Salah within the dying seconds of the match at Anfield.

The Brazil worldwide has not conceded a objective within the Premier League since late November and Klopp mentioned he had “exceeded expectations” since becoming a member of the membership in 2018.

“As a goalkeeper, we knew what we were getting,” mentioned the Liverpool boss. “OK, yes he has made steps which are normal in his life and in the training he gets. As a person, he has exceeded expectations. He’s an outstanding guy.”

“We knew we were getting a really good goalkeeper,” Klopp added. “His character is calm and it helps us a lot. His goalkeeping techniques improve, making the difficult things look easy but you have to stay like this.

“With goalkeepers, you make one little mistake and the ball is in the goal. That is the life of goalkeepers.”

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