Jurgen Klopp signed a new contract at Liverpool until 2024 in December and former striker Emile Heskey believes the Reds’ supporters should not worry about losing the German manager.  Klopp has previously had links to European Giants Real Madrid and Barcelona following his success at Borussia Dortmund and now Liverpool. But Heskey thinks there is little chance of Klopp leaving Anfield just yet, speaking to Genting Bet.

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“There is always an option that Klopp would leave to join a club like Real Madrid or Barcelona but I don’t think that Klopp is finished with the project that he has started at Liverpool,” Heskey said.

They are moving into a new training facility; they are really getting to where they feel they can be when it comes to being recognized as an international brand as a football club.

“Klopp has really put them on the map there. I think Klopp still feels like he has a lot to do. So, I don’t think the fans will be overly worried about Klopp leaving.”

Reds in Torres race Liverpool are reportedly well in the race to sign Valencia’s young talent Ferran Torres, according to the Mirror. The report states that the 20-year-old forward has been on the Reds’ radar since he was just 17 and he has impressed them so much that they are looking at a potential deal for the Valencia starlet.

However, the Reds face competition from Premier League title rivals Manchester City, as well as from La Liga giants Barcelona and Real Madrid. Torres reportedly has a €100m release clause in his current deal at Valencia, but it is thought that any deal would not come close to that amount. United support Premier League continuation

Liverpool’s arch-rivals Manchester United have pledged their support that the Premier League season continues as normal once the football starts again. The Reds are currently 25 points clear of Manchester City in second-place and are just six points away from their first top-flight trophy in 30 years. However, it is reported that some clubs would rather see the season finish and go down as a “null and void” with the coronavirus outbreak suspending football until at least the end of April.

My English is not good enough to say. It’s extraordinary, it’s great,” Klopp said to Liverpool’s official website. I think yesterday (Thursday), I was sent a video of people in the hospital just outside the intensive care area and when they started singing You’ll Never Walk Alone, I started crying immediately.

“It’s unbelievable. But it shows everything, these people not only work but they have such a good spirit. They are used to helping other people, we need to get used to it because usually, we have our own problems and stuff.”

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