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Jurgen Klopp provides shock goalkeeper update which will disappoint fans — Liverpool news

Klopp backs Karius but says he must perform You think I change my mind that quick? – Klopp sticks with Karius
Montrelle Montesinos | 20 Enero, 2018, 17:54

"But of course I also have to think about my own future, the only thing I can do is focus on the training and do my best". So I made the decision pretty early. This situation can not last too long, that's clear. Fantastic goalkeeper but was he perfect?

Certainly Aguero and Sterling both didn't have particularly good games whereas all the Liverpool front men were on the top of their game.

We've got the tools and the makeup of the midfield on Sunday looked excellent, all three of them having exceptional games.

He's a really good goalkeeper and we brought him in because we wanted him to play.

The Simon Mignolet and Loris Karius conundrum has been a constantly interesting and shifting narrative over the last two seasons since Karius arrived.

There may not be a top six any more, it may be a top five, but it's tight and will stay that way until the end of the season.

"PSG have shown interest but I have heard nothing from Liverpool".

I thought Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain had his finest game as a Liverpool player.

"Now we've changed the situation".

It's taken him a little while but he's looking like an excellent acquisition.

Mignolet has been first choice for most of the season so far, but a series of errors in his game has forced Klopp into bringing Karius back in as first choice.

He said: "I will only mention one name". I'm really fine with our goalkeeper situation.

Jurgen Klopp wants Loris Karius to prove that Liverpool don't need to splash the cash on a new No 1 this summer.

"He's the number one now", Klopp said, per BBC Sport. "That's maybe different than in the past".

Karius doesn't fill me with confidence.

Man City are still ahead of everybody else.

"The way I saw it, it made 100% sense to rotate over the Christmas period". These lads are here and now they have to create a situation where they show it every week.

Do YOU want to write for GiveMeSport? It's quite incredible how they do it. He is a good goalkeeper, he has to be better in the future.

Who will miss out? That's why he's in.

Meanwhile, Liverpool top scorer Mohamed Salah and defenders Dejan Lovren and Ragnar Klavan are all expected to recover from illness to face Swansea on Monday.

Karius will be given the chance to establish himself in the side after Klopp opted to axe Simon Mignolet. He was clearly waiting for one player's performances to convince him. The problem they have is that everyone is watching them [through a magnifying glass] and saying 'still not good enough!'