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Liverpool can not afford PSG’s Kylian Mbappé, admits Jürgen Klopp

Jürgen Klopp isn't concerned by Liverpool's clean sheet stats Jürgen Klopp isn’t concerned by Liverpool’s clean sheet stats
Cary Erickson | 09 November, 2019, 19:25

Klopp also admits there are no sporting reasons not to want Mbappé, a player he was interested in when the striker left Monaco in 2017.

The Brazil worldwide was taken off at half-time of City's 1-1 Champions League draw with Atalanta on Wednesday at San Siro with a muscular problem.

League leaders Liverpool are unbeaten in 11 games this season and lead City by six points.

Bravo was sent off late in the game, forcing City to play defender Kyle Walker in goal for the final 10 minutes, but Guardiola said he trusted the experienced Chilean to deliver in the top-of-the-table clash.

"Ederson is not able to play on Sunday", said Guardiola.

"We have another top goalkeeper". Being second by just one point. we had the loss away to Man City when we could have won or drawn. It really is set to be a Super Sunday between, arguably, the two most exciting club sides in world football with Jurgen Klopp even urging the hot dog sellers to up their game.

Alisson missed more than two months after sustaining a calf injury on the first day of the season against Norwich City, an injury that led to Adrian stepping in to replace him in goal.

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Who will decide Liverpool v Man City? "Sometimes people have to recognise that we are playing the champions of Europe. Obviously, at this moment in the year, it is a big game, but it is not all telling for me". "The corresponding last fixture ran smoothly and we are working to ensure this game can be enjoyed safely by all as well as minimising any disruption to local residents and roads".

"You can not be only offensive but if you are not fearless against Man City you have no chance, not even for a point", he added. "Image-wise, it maybe always was but now I think it is easier to live the life of a Liverpool supporter and that means automatically being in a situation to sign the players you want to sign".

"If you lose, you know there is going to be a big gap, but we have to take it as it is, compete, and see what happens".

"I think in November it (the title race) never ends", he added.

"It will be more hard [if City lose], of course".

I thought the era of Premier League "mind games" was over after Alex Ferguson retired and Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger are out of the league. "And he did it - in three or four years he built something marvellous to watch".