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Liverpool Have To Beat Middlesbrough, Says Klopp

21 Mai 2017

"I think we've got a manager who has come in with a very specific vision of how he wants the game to be played", said Kompany.

Reds boss Jurgen Klopp is well aware the subsequent boost to Liverpool's profile would be a major help in signing his top transfer targets.

It is his lack of playing time that has seen the player himself seemingly grow frustrated and thereby open to a move away from the King Power Stadium.

Speaking of money, he segued effortlessly, locking down Champions League football is also worth money. I am completely used to working until the last minute, being concentrated until the last minute.

Despite winning six of their last seven games, Arsenal are in fifth place, one point behind fourth placed Liverpool and three adrift of third placed City. "No decisions have been made over my future and that's all I can say at this point".

Despite having a second final of the season on the horizon, Mourinho has already begun planning for next season and believes, with a few more players, his team can be title contenders.

Jurgen Klopp's team, who are now fourth in the Premier League table with 73 points from 37 games, will finish in the top four if they manage to beat Boro at Anfield.

The Spanish media are once again pointing out that Rafinha is looking to leave Barcelona this summer, and the club won't hold him back.

Adams, who twice won the double of Premier League and FA Cup under Wenger, was critical of the Frenchman in his autobiography "Sober", which is being serialised by the Sun.

Of course, if there was anything riding on the match with Palace - promotion, relegation, Champions League slot, etc - then moving it would have been wrong. It has been a frustrating season for Henderson, but it is expected that he should be ready for the start of next season. "Fans, players, managers love it".

Nevertheless, securing a top-four finish is imperative on the final weekend of the season if that bubble is not to be burst.

Moreover, another stalemate could be on the cards with minds firmly set on their date with Ajax on Wednesday month. "They really deserve it". Just one appearance in a final in 20 years suggests they are merely happy to be invited to the party, eat the dips and watch as someone else drives the supermodel home for coffee.

Liverpool finished eighth in the Premier League last season and without a trophy.

In what could possibly be Defoe's final appearance in the Premier League, Thibaut Courtois will likely provide him with a stiff test.

Man City also lead in terms of take-ons, scoring attempts and have conceded the least number of times, while their 75 goals scored is equal highest with Jurgen Klopp's side.

Liverpool Have To Beat Middlesbrough, Says Klopp