Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool are in talks with this midfielder

Timo Werner

Timo Werner

And Klopp is keen to end speculation over his future. While the 24-year-old has shown some stellar performances this term, he's also become a bit of a ghost in a few games too.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said he is happy for his team to win "ugly" during the remainder of the Premier League season if it brings results such as the fortunate 2-1 victory over Burnley at Anfield last Sunday (Mar 12).

"I feel supporters still think I'm the right person in the right place so we feel that trust and faith", Klopp told British media.

Nevertheless, Luciano Spalletti will hope to keep hold of his star defensive ace if possible, with Manolas undoubtedly establishing himself as one of the best in his position in Serie A with his strength, speed and reading of the game all making him a stand-out player.

"But the training week so far was ideal, he presented himself really [well]; it was fluent, confident and looked really well". There are always steps in this direction.

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"He's in a really good way".

Captain Jordan Henderson is not expected to return from a foot problem until the Merseyside derby after the worldwide break but Dejan Lovren is fully fit after a 75-minute run out for the under-23s on Monday.

One thing is certain, though, two of Manchester City, Liverpool, Tottenham, Arsenal and United will be shut out of the top-four this season. All the injuries we had were different, different players had a few more during the season, ' he said. It's kind of (because) the body is a very complex thing and sometimes a little thing has a big influence.

After helping Red Bull Salzburg to the Austrian league and cup double in 2014, Mane was being chased by some of Europe's top clubs.

The return to fitness of Dejan Lovren makes it likely that the Croatian will slot straight back in alongside Joel Matip at centre-back, thereby replacing Ragnar Klavan.

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