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Jurgen Klopp tells Liverpool to silence their critics

28 Août 2017

Arsene Wenger's faith in his three-man Arsenal F.C. defence will be sorely tested in the build-up to his side's visit to a goal-hungry Liverpool F.C. on Sunday where any soft centre will likely be cruelly punished. "It is hard for me to know about the individual cases, but sometimes players have been promised things that have not been kept".

"He looks ready, he's not played for a long time".

Before Arsenal's defeat at Anfield in March, Sánchez was dropped when he stormed out of a training session and was involved in a slanging match with team-mates.

The facts show Klopp's side conceded 42 goals in 38 league games last season, leaving room for improvement but not disastrous.

The North Londoners are still looking to strengthen their squad but more importantly, they want star players to stay at the club as well.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is asked whether he thinks a deal for Alexis Sanchez is still possible. "I believe he is at the stage of his career where he has to focus on the club if you want to play regularly, and it's the right decision".

"At the moment we have not been able to do it, I agree".

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According to the same report, Klopp has revealed his admiration for the 24-year-old Germany global and has told him that he sees him as a Liverpool-type player.

Arsenal will also get Laurent Koscielny back at Anfield after a suspension to boost the defence after two rocky showings in the 4-3 win over Leicester and the 1-0 loss at Stoke.

"Like past year, they will be better against the good teams who do not change their style of play just because it is Liverpool", he said on the BBC Sport website. Maybe some of the players here will leave and we will see.

It has taken just two games of the new season, but already it feels like Arsenal are in fire-fighting mode.

Jurgen Klopp has insisted that Liverpool's transfer targets have always been interested in joining the Reds, even without guaranteed Champions League football this summer.

"So you don't have to think too much about the quality of them, we have the tactical skills, or tools, to make it more hard, and that's the first job to do".

Liverpool and Arsenal finished only one point apart last season, and that single point was the difference between Champions League football and Europa League this term. He's always focused, very happy.

Jurgen Klopp tells Liverpool to silence their critics