Georginio Wijnaldum reveals why he rejected Spurs in favour of Liverpool move

Georginio Wijnaldum reveals why he rejected Spurs in favour of Liverpool move

Georginio Wijnaldum reveals why he rejected Spurs in favour of Liverpool move

Spurs play host to Liverpool and will look to put an end to the Reds' unbeaten streak this campaign but given the way Klopp's side has gone about things thus far, the Lily Whites face a tough test.

Klopp's exclusion of the Brazil worldwide from his plans has raised eyebrows, particularly given the injuries to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and defender Dejan Lovren.

The midfielder made his professional debut in 2015 and his worldwide debut last October before displaying impressive performances against Real Madrid in the Champions League.

Sadio Mane and Lucas Moura are the two players that would be rooted to perform on the big stage amid a streak of hot form in the last few fixtures. "We will see exactly how we can do it", said the Reds manager when asked about possible rotation at his pre-match press conference.

"He comes from another league, a completely different system which Monaco played, and we have a good team together so that takes time".

"From my point it is all fine, but I know the situation isn't what some people expected but I can not change that".

Simon Mignolet is available after sustaining a hand injury but Adam Lallana is not yet ready for selection following the groin strain he suffered in England training last week and neither is Dejan Lovren.

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"I think Tottenham should have probably have signed more players in the summer".

However, Pochettino is hopeful that Winks will return to the starting line-up soon.

'Maybe what is expected is too much, ' Wijnaldum told The Telegraph. I think we are really on a good way with that.

"As a United fan, I am very concerned about them", Neville told The Times.

So Gary Neville questioned whether or not Liverpool had enough in their squad to compete for both the Premier League and Champions League, the only reason he thought they might struggle with the former and Jurgen Klopp took umbrage with it. The club he's more interested in.

"The manager does not have to say to us, "we want to win a trophy". Thank you, Graeme!" He said.

"I don't know what he means with that, to be honest".

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