Jurgen Klopp Will Have One Eye On This, Former Liverpool Midfielder Feels

Jurgen Klopp Will Have One Eye On This, Former Liverpool Midfielder Feels

Liverpool will have the same squad that battled to a 1-0 home win over Wolves when the Blades head to Anfield with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Joel Matip, Xherdan Shaqiri, Fabinho and Dejan Lovren not ready to return to action, while they have no fresh injury concerns.

The arrival of Minamino, who could make his debut in the FA Cup against Everton at the weekend, will partially relieve at least some of the burden on the existing squad.

"It's important he settles and that we've signed the player he was at Salzburg, so at the moment he just has to be who he is", Klopp said. "Work rate, intensity, sacrifice, if you want to beat them the game has to be complete".

"Will he be the finished article in March though?"

'You can not defend for 90 minutes and we do not want to defend for 90 minutes.

"I don't think I've seen him play as consistently as good as this at any point in his career", remarked Adam Lallana of his Liverpool captain to Off the Ball.

"It is a fantastic challenge for us and I want to be focused on them and not lose time talking about the transfer market because in this moment I want to put all of my energy into explaining to the players what type of game I want them to play". We want to have the possibility to play our football'.

The Japan worldwide officially became a Liverpool player on New Year's Day following the opening of the January transfer window.

"It would be insane, really nice if you could give him time", Klopp added.

Ancelotti told The Liverpool Echo about transfers: "We don't have a lot of time because we have a lot of games". "Score more goals", he said. I don't know when he starts or where but I don't have to know at this moment. All the people need to give him a bit of time.

Speaking to evertontv, Kean said: "He is a very, very good coach". Not sure an English guy would understand them but he will adapt.

The 29-year-old midfielder has been all but ever-present for Liverpool as Klopp's side have established an unbeaten start to the Premier League season.

"I don't know exactly what he has - it was the groin - but I can say already he will not be involved against Everton", Klopp told reporters.

"But for him, wherever it is - here or somewhere else - the only important thing is that he can show he is 100% fit".

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