Liverpool News: Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has made it his job to snatch playing time out of the soon-to-go players of the Reds. However, the manager still manages to prove himself worthy of heading the Premier League giants.
No one thought Naby Keita would wear the red Liverpool jersey again after he was substituted by Reds’ manager Klopp in less than halftime during the Real Madrid match last season.
Liverpool was defeated by the La Liga club Real Madrid in the Champions League quarter-final. Naby Keita seemed unhappy, and no one expected his contract renewal with Liverpool.
The duo looks to be working out a deal together. Naby Keita still has some Premier League football left in him and it looks like the player wants to continue his journey with the Reds.
Manchester United Striker, Rashford, Is Not Fond of the Reds
The rivalry is the heart of football. It gets personal for those who have supported their favorite side of the derby while growing bitter for others.
The Echo reported that Marcus Rashford has admitted that he hated Liverpool. The United striker considers Manchester City as a viable opponent to their team.
Rashford’s bitterness for the Reds is strong. Although Klopp’s team has humiliated the Red Devils, both at home and away in topflight leagues.
Derby matches such as Liverpool vs Manchester United mean a lot for local player that has proved themselves worthy of finding a place in the team. The player feels more fortunate when he gets to represent the team that he has supported his entire childhood.
The sourness towards Liverpool is not hatred towards the Reds but more love toward the Red Devils. The sentiments are justified for both Marcus Rashford and Trent Alexander-Arnold, who plays for Liverpool.
Liverpool’s manager Klopp made a remark at the press conference before facing Crystal Palace. He said that it is the team’s job to provide players till they have a contract with us. That means providing them in between matches on and off the field and at training.
The Echo reported that Klopp said,” “We respect the contracts with our boys as well.” “That means as long as we signed them, they get all our support – in training, between the sessions, during the games, and between the games,” the manager expressed his duties further.
After Liverpool was defeated by United by 4-0, the manager believed that his side has improved as they mark a 2-0 win against crystal place with over 50,000 people witnessing the comeback in Singapore.