Every word Klopp said about Salah’s transfer, Liverpool and Newcastle injuries
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp spoke to the media on Friday morning to preview his side’s upcoming Premier League match against Newcastle United Updated 11:06 AM, 25
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Player profile We pay for stories! Send your videos to email@example.comGood morning and welcome to our live coverage of Jurgen Klopp’s final press conference in Liverpool.
The Reds manager will answer questions from 9.45am ahead of Sunday’s Premier League match against Newcastle United at St James’ Park.
The Liverpool manager is expected to face questions over Mohamed Salah’s future, with the Egyptian linked on Thursday in a mega-money transfer to Saudi Pro League side Al-Ittihad.
Ian Doyle and Paul Gorst will be at the AXA Training Center to provide the latest on what Klopp has to say about Salah and team news before Sunday.
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Keep an eye out for the latest Liverpool FC news, opinion and transfer rumors below.11:06Connor O’Neill 09:57Connor O’Neill 09:56Paul transfer from defender”In an ideal world we have eight centre-backs and I have no doubts about the quality of the lads.
Quansah is a very talented player.”
We’re currently covered, but it’s not the place where you can be prepared for every situation.
We will do our best.”09:56Paul GorstRead more about Saudi money”
What makes it impossible to deal with this situation is that our transfer window closes and they stay open.
Then we play until January 1 and this is our team, we have that problem. I remember something like that in Russia a long time ago.
That it wasn’t quite like that.” crazy money. It’s new and exciting.
I’m pretty sure FIFA could change their deadline like that (finger click) but I’m not sure they want to.”09:54Paul Gorst Saudi money”It’s not cool for us, that’s clear.
For example, if we want a player from Wigan, we go there and pay the price.
Same with the Bundesliga, etc. Now there is a higher level and it’s not great but it’s part of the business.” .
I don’t know if you can change that.09:52Paul Gorst Endo debut”It’s still early days but he can [swing].
He only completed half a training session last week and came on defense at ten, which he did exceptionally well.
We’ve had him for three practices this week now, he looks good.
I was satisfied, but it was not planned.”09:50Paul Gorst Appeal against Mac Allister’s red card”I think we made it clear that
Mac Allister’ red card should be overturned.
I think most would agree that it’s not a red card and it’s also a bit of a message at the start of the season.”
It wasn’t a difficult match.
We weren’t prepared to play in ten players, we had to fight.”
09:49Paul Gorst 09:48Ian Doyle Latest injury”Trent yes (he’s fine).
Thiago and Curtis since Monday. Ibou (Konate) is a doubtful case.
Playing more than 30 minutes with 10 men didn’t help”.09:48Connor O’Neill’Super Development'”They are well deserved in the
Champions League: super development with Eddie Howe, great deals with the purchase of Sandro Tonali and Harvey Barnes.
There’s a super intense style and great vibe there.09:47Paul Gorst Overview of Newcastle”An away game at Newcastle and it’s an incredibly strong team, great development under Howe, smart deal.
Two outstanding players are Tonali and Barnes, really good. Super intense style.
Huge atmosphere so it’s a Difficult question.09:46Paul Gorst. Learn more about Salah”My philosophy of life is that I think of a problem when I have it.
There is nothing at the moment. I have already said that if anything the answer would be no.
Is Mo still busy? 100%!”9:45Ian Doyle Room last”Yes, it’s not.
It’s difficult to talk about media stories because there is nothing to talk about from our point of view.
Mo Salah is a Liverpool player. There is nothing. If so, the answer would be no (it’s not for sale).09:44Connor O’Neill 09:40Connor O’NeillI takes little time to get there It won’t be long before the Liverpool boss addresses the media.
A lot should be on the agenda and Klopp should be asked about Mohamed Salah’ future, his recent injury and his thoughts on Newcastle United.
08:46Connor O’Neill How much trouble at Anfield Road End could cost Liverpool
It is not yet known when Liverpool’s stadium, Anfield, with a capacity of 61,000 spectators, will be fully operational.
Last week the Reds suffered the blow as Buckingham Group, lead contractor for the redevelopment of
Anfield Road End, a project the club spent around £80m to complete, appealed to the appointment of directors following the failure of his candidacy.
serious cash flow problems which forced them to immediately suspend their activities.
Work has been halted on the grandstand which, when completed, will add an additional 7,000 seats to Anfield and help the Reds generate more than £100million a year in matchday revenue.
In doing so, they keep pace with others and broke that barrier, which currently only exists at Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur, although Arsenal are expected to join this club soon.
Buckingham Group, which also worked at Birmingham City and Northampton Town stadiums when it announced plans to appoint administrators, is buying time to consider whether restructuring can save some of the business and jobs.
A possible result would be that in the event of an investment or takeover, a rescue plan could be organized to get the company out of bankruptcy and allow it to pursue its projects, thus avoiding the disastrous consequences of a liquidation.
Salah’s transfer saga is just beginning So the great Saudi Pro League fishing game continues.Stories have emerged this week in Saudi Arabia linking Al-Ittihad with a move for
Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah, with each story slightly different from the next as if to try to steer the Egyptian further away from Anfield Road .
Of course, all of this is nothing new.
Earlier this month, the Saudi Pro League champion was first rumored to be interested, prompting Salah’s rep Ramy Abbas Issa to reconfirm the player’s commitment to Liverpool.
But the pressure from the Middle East is increasing every day.
A self-proclaimed transfer market account claimed on social media on Thursday that Salah had reportedly decided he wanted to leave Liverpool, prompting former Reds defender and close friend of the Egyptian, Dejan Lovren, to reply with a message reading: ‘stop lying’ .