Klopp admits he forgot how big Liverpool's Premier League lead was

Tanya Simon
January 24, 2020

Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah are both into double digits for goals with 11 each, Trent Alexander-Arnold is the second-highest assist maker in the competition with ten and is joined in the top ten by Mane and Andrew Robertson, while Alisson has kept seven clean sheets to sit fifth in that category despite missing nine weeks through injury earlier on in the campaign.

Klopp has been delighted with how the £65m signing has developed since arriving in the summer of 2018.

"We are a team that don't find excuses, we are a team that gets on with it", Robertson stressed. As a person he has exceeded the expectation.

"As a goalkeeper, you make a mistake and the ball is in the goal, that is the life of a goalkeeper".

"We have a lot of really good guys but he is a very special person and that's great from that point of view. I don't know why nobody sees it like this", he said.

Jurgen Klopp has admitted that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's anger at his substitution in Liverpool's win against Manchester United on Sunday was justified. So far this season, the former Arsenal man has failed to complete 90 minutes in the Premier League for the runaway league leaders.

And with the Champions League set to restart next month Klopp has no intention of allowing any player to leave in what remains of the transfer window.

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Sevilla and Roma have made tentative approaches regarding a loan deal for Xherdan Shaqiri, who is now unfit, but Klopp said there was no plan for any departures.

"We had most of December and January with a bank full of children".

"Dejan has trained now since the start of the week", Klopp said.

The FA also made a sacrifice previous year by dumping fifth-round replays to create space for the winter break as part of an agreement with the Premier League and the EFL, and insist they will not give ground again.

"It's not about Shaq, it's pretty much everybody. We have to keep it to sort our situation and not the situation for different clubs".

"I knew Hendo before I came here as a proper box-to-box player who can make the difference".

"Maybe they are desperate or whatever, but there is absolutely no intention from our side to do anything".

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