Jürgen Klopp: no problems in Liverpool midfield

Jürgen Klopp: no problems in Liverpool midfield

Jürgen Klopp: no problems in Liverpool midfield

Digne and Salah both played together with Roma in 2015-16, as the Frenchman was on loan from Paris Saint-Germain at the time and Salah was in his first of two seasons with the capital club.

"Analyse Everton and tell me it will be an easy game, tell me their weaknesses: they defend really good, have good players in all positions".

"Now everything is there: creativity, speed, good organisation; Coleman back and fit; Keane settled and fit; Mina, brilliant player, very important for the buildup; Digne, like the young Baines".

"The manager sets up to try to win the game, no matter who we've played this season, and that'll be no different I'm sure on Sunday".

"He's a very good player with a lot of quality who can arrive well in the box, like I like". That's a proper squad, and in all leagues in Europe I'm 100 percent sure it would be a European team, for whichever competition.

"We don't need to think we are a s*** team, basically".

Roberto Firmino was the latest member of last season's impressive Liverpool forward line to come in for criticism following a 2-1 defeat in Paris on Wednesday which leaves his team facing an anxious final group game against Napoli as they seek to guarantee progress to the knock-out stages.

"The stats are here to change", Digne said.

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"But whatever happens, it will change nothing in terms of what we are doing". "We want to make it a good one and we will be ready for the challenge".

"Liverpool play well now, but we play well too. It's not what I say here, it's what we show there".

"We went to Chelsea to win and proved we can win".

"At this moment in time we're just focused on getting through the group".

A good result for us could boost our confidence to a high, high level.

"There'll be a few tackles going in this weekend but we're looking forward to playing our game", he added.

The defender would go on to join Barcelona for the following two seasons, while Salah would move to Liverpool in the summer of 2017 and have a record-setting debut season at Anfield.

The 25-year-old stressed that he and his Everton teammates will be unmoved by the reception from Liverpool supporters on Sunday. If they want to say something particular about me. No.

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