How Liverpool could line up against Wolverhampton Wanderers

How Liverpool could line up against Wolverhampton Wanderers

How Liverpool could line up against Wolverhampton Wanderers

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp admits the "outstanding" Naby Keita has yet to reproduce the form that persuaded him to sign the midfielder - but says he has a bright future at Anfield. That's how it sometimes is [that Keita hasn't featured of late]. I'm just happy it didn't go over the line!

"He's an incredible, confident, young fella and he's really a good player on top". No, but he's still adapting, that's how it is.

Krawietz does not know who the favourites are in the Champions League tie, and has revealed that the Liverpool players want to achieve what a lot of the Bayern Munich players have done in recent seasons.

"Tottenham was a fantastic game of him without thinking too much, and then we made a change I think around the PSG game and the boys have to deal with it". A little injury here, a little injury there, and it was kind of a little setback.

'I think for Joel it would be possible, for Joe at least there's a little hope that it can be the same, so we will see. That's how football decisions are. "For us it was a real final and we played like it was a final".

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has been discussing his centre-back options ahead of tonights FA Cup clash away to Wolves.

"I said it after the game against City at home that they missed a penalty, that could have been a defeat and it wasn't, so things like that".

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The Spaniard warned: "I can feel what they feel, the Liverpool players". That's clear. We came through the intense period now somehow OK, but of course we have to make changes.

Pep Guardiola has already started the mind games by questioning whether Liverpool have the bottle to win their first league title since 1990. "He is really, really good".

In fact, some even suggest there could be a debut for a player who only turns 17 later this month. If you are in or out or whatever, do you want to change something and do more?

Manchester City superstars appreciate the club's backroom staff after after splashing out about £7,000 on designer Rolex watches.

It was as good as a must-win fixture for Guardiola's men, which they did. But now, everything is fine. Liverpool face Wolves in the FA Cup on Monday - a competition they haven't won since 2006.

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