Published: Fri, March 03, 2017
Sport | By Cecil Buchanan

Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool preparing for the future

"Working with him is excellent", Firmino beamed, "He motivates us in a different way each day, each training session, he does something new".

The idea that the emphatic win against Tottenham had restored confidence amongst the players was quickly disproved during Monday night's disappointing defeat to Leicester.

He has played just 56 games across the past three seasons, and even when fit has found himself out of Klopp's starting XI.

"The players don't have it in them to win ugly".

He doesn't seem to have a "Plan B" if the team's high-energy pressing game isn't working.

Liverpool's next league assignment sees them hosting Arsenal at Anfield on 4 March.

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There's also an alarming trend of losses to lower-ranked teams. The defense left space behind for Vardy - one of the league's quickest strikers - to exploit, which is unforgivable. "We look to Arsenal", Coutinho said.

Lacazette, 25, has always been regarded as one of Europe's top strikers, and he has again impressed this season with 27 goals in 31 games in all competition.

In addition, Simon Mignolet knows that Klopp favours Loris Karius to be the club's long-term first-choice goalkeeper and may seek a move.

"Things really aren't looking too bright at the moment for Liverpool".

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Harry Redknapp has claimed that Liverpool are back to square one in terms of their long-term aspirations and says they now lack any real fear factor upfront.

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