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Jurgen Klopp keeps focus on Brighton amid Real Madrid talk

Jurgen Klopp keeps focus on Brighton amid Real Madrid talk

Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp has been hit with a fresh injury problem ahead of his side's vital Premier League clash against Brighton on Sunday.

"Adam has trained for a week. He looks okay. The flawless thing would be to give him minutes and we would see if we can".

There is a sense that he is one player who could do with a break, but there is little sign of him getting one, as he prepares to join up with his global squad for the World Cup shortly after the Champions League final.

The Egypt global has scored 43 goals in all competitions in his first season at Anfield, helping Jürgen Klopp's men into the Champions League final.

"We are part of it".

Should Chelsea fail to qualify for the Champions League, he will be faced with the very real possibility of looking for a new job, as Abramovich will be desperate for the club to see the talented squad produce better performances than they have of late.

Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho praised Mohamed Salah
GETTYMan Utd boss Jose Mourinho praised Mohamed Salah

Record signing Jurgen Locadia and Israel worldwide Beram Kayal are in contention for rare starts, but Steve Sidwell, who has not featured all season, remains sidelined through injury.

Klopp's side hold the last remaining unbeaten home record in the Premier League, with their last home defeat coming in April a year ago.

Salah, who is on a weekly salary of £123,030, needed just six months to reach the season goal set to him by the club after he arrived from Roma for a fee of £36.9 million, a figure which Liverpool owner John W. Henry initially feared was too high.

"That's absolutely something nobody needs actually", Klopp said.

"I've said it a few times, all the things we've done so far have built a basis, we have to use the basis. But we have to try to get three points against Newcastle, then to drop something positive for us", Conte said. It would have been hard to play during the week. Since their 1-0 win over Juventus in 1998, Real Madrid have won the Champions League another five times with titles in 2000 and 2002. But right now it's onto the next challenge.

"It was what it was and now he is out for the rest of the season, which is really hard for us and for him - and exactly the same for the World Cup".

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