Klopp stopped deadline day transfer, injury blow, star on title race

Postado Agosto 12, 2018

They are looking to build on an appearance in last season's Champions League final and back-to-back finishes in the top four.

"I saw them many times".

Liverpool have strengthened heavily with the likes of Keita.

Jürgen Klopp made Shaqiri his third new signing of the transfer window last month, with Alisson Becker subsequently joining Fabinho, Naby Keita and the Switzerland star in moving to Anfield ahead of 2018-19.

They also have a new manager in Manuel Pellegrini, the former Manchester City boss.

LFC fans can not wait to get this campaign underway. An imperial armoury that creates air for the expectation to achieve great things this season.

Twelve months ago, there was a feeling that Slaven Bilic had a big task to try and turn around lost momentum and the season turned into a David Moyes fix job set to a backdrop of fan disgruntlement and in-fighting, West Ham finishing 13th.

"The plan is that we really go for it (the Premier League)".

Positive? Shaqiri is certainly that - about himself and also Liverpool's prospects this season.

Pele believes Liverpool can win the Premier League title this season.

'It's easy not to underestimate West Ham. And history says it would be a massive one given that the Hammers have won just one of their last 45 top-flight starts at Anfield.

One of Liverpool's new faces is a doubt though, as BBC Sport have revealed that midfielder Fabinho could miss out due to an illness.

Liverpool FC lost 3-1 to Real Madrid in the Champions League last term to extend their run without a trophy under German head coach Klopp.

Jurgen Klopp had no interest in selling Klavan this summer.

"But how could we say that, what about the other clubs? I think it's the year of Liverpool, Alisson and Firmino!" The champions are Manchester City.

The Swiss worldwide has experience in winning trophies, despite suffering relegation with Stoke last season.

"If you ask me whether it is the best squad I have ever had or whatever I don't think about that because it is not about what we have now it is about what we make of it, how often we deliver, how often we bring ourselves in a mood to fight with these Premier League teams who want to have our points".

But there could be a decent play for West Ham.

"The progress of this club and this team is getting higher every year".