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Jurgen Klopp provides “tricky” update on Naby Keita situation at Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp provides "tricky" update on Naby Keita situation at Liverpool

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Jurgen KIopp has talked about Naby Keita’s situation at Liverpool amid his disappointing season at the Anfield.

The Guinean has not played a minute for Liverpool since Jurgen Klopp hauled him off in the first-half of our 3-1 defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League quarterfinal first-leg.

On Sunday, Liverpool’s team-sheet was announced for the cancelled Manchester United game with 35-year-old James Milner starting ahead of the no.8, who is still the club’s third most expensive ever signing.

Speaking to the club’s official website, Klopp said:

“It’s a lot of things in this year, it was really tricky. We had to change so often and then in the moment you try to go for stability, it’s really like this and that’s what we need.

“You can see now for example, Man United – I think the last line played nearly the last 20 games together. Then you can make changes everywhere because you have a proper basis. We never had that. 

“Then on top of that, then making two or three changes in midfield just doesn’t work out in football. People say, ‘Try it.’ We would try definitely if we could be not only nearly sure that it could work out, but you need stability in a football team. 

“Other teams are too good that you just make eight or nine changes. That hit a few players this year. Some of them were of course injured, coming back took a while. 

“Naby trains really well in the moment, I have to say. He trains really well, like a lot of other players, and looks really good in training. But this year now we need stability. 

“We will make changes from time to time definitely, but it’s not like we pick now seven, eight, nine players to change and say, ‘Maybe we can win it like this.’ The long-term future of Naby Keita, from my point of view, is here, yes.”

Source- Empire Of The Kop

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