Klopp prepared to move on players that do not learn English

Elena Summers
September 7, 2018

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'It was good to play against English teams to see what the rhythm, the intensity and the physique is like.

'I want to do all I can to inherit both aspects and I'm still learning and I want to study those players and even current ones as well.

An FA spokesperson said: "We are continuing to work with the Premier League, EFL and a range of government departments, including: DCMS, Home Office, Treasury, during this consultation period".

Having been on the bench for Liverpool's slapping of West Ham on the opening day at Anfield, Fabinho has not been involved in a matchday squad since. Now it's really to make the debut.

The Sky Sports also claims that the Premier League are slightly concerned about the fact that VAR might have got more doubters after France was controversially given a penalty against Croatia in the finals of the FIFA World Cup. "I'm fine, training well and prepared". Liverpool have the physical dominance, experience and composure of Van Dijk, allied with the mobility and pace of Gomez, who himself is not short at more than 6ft.

Klopp, whose side sit joint top of the table with four games played, was calm about Fabinho's outsider role when speaking to his club's official website recently.

Rabiot has rejected the chance to sign a new contract with the Ligue 1 champions and as such, he is available on a free transfer next summer, and he can agree to a move in January by signing a pre-contract agreement.

The 23-year-old would help take Spurs to a whole new level, and stepping aside and letting Liverpool win the race for his signature would be a big mistake.

According to English media outlet Sky Sports, the VAR will be tested out by the Premier League at 15 matches this season.

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