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Klopp Believes Mohamed Salah Cs Will Not Leave If Liverpool Failed To UCL

Suara.com – Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp admits that he is not worried if his team fails to qualify for the Champions League (UCL) next season. He is sure his players will not ask to leave if that happens.

Liverpool are experiencing difficult times after the turn of the year. The defending champion performed below standards until he fell to seventh place in the standings.

One of the aspects that kept Liverpool off the track for the title was the storm of injuries, especially those that hit the defense.

Important pillars at the heart of Liverpool’s defense such as Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez, and Joel Matip have had to be out for a long time. The three of them have yet to return to play.

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In 2021, Liverpool’s performance will really drop. Jurgen Klopp’s men have lost eight of their last 14 matches.

Especially in the Premier League, the Reds have swallowed five defeats in the last six matches. Four of them happened in succession.

The defeat to Chelsea on March 4 even made Liverpool create a history where they lost for the first time five times in a row at their home, Anfield.

This condition makes the target to defend the title increasingly vanished. Even worse, it is feared that Liverpool will fail to just finish in the top four of the Premier League at the end of the season.

Jurgen Klopp insists that Liverpool are not in crisis. With the current composition of the team, the German tactician believes the Reds will soon rise.

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“I understand about what happened in the past, but that is all I can say [adalah] “Nobody has to worry about the future of the club because it is in good hands and we have a very good team together,” said Klopp. International Goals, Saturday (6/3/2021).



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