We had three points from City [when we beat them in January] and they had three points from us [when they beat us in September]. They have added Fred in a move, similar to their addition of Matic last summer to try and allow Paul Pogba to play further up the pitch and try to have an effect.
They are looking to build on an appearance in last season's Champions League final and back-to-back finishes in the top four. More clinical. More aggressive in the right moments. We need to improve everything.
"We have to be more consistent, that's how it is".
"We can improve our offensive and defensive play but it is nothing to do with City", he said. Win all of them and it's good, but it's pretty hard to do so.
"If you see how Wolves act, Fulham act, Everton act, a lot of clubs are all ambitious".
Liverpool FC are still aiming to win their first trophy under Klopp since his appointment as the Merseyside outfit's new manager back in October 2015. That's all really hard.
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Speaking of Manchester United, this summer has seen Mourinho start his 3rd season syndrome significantly early with ironic rants about Klopp's spending and players attending their children's birth or enjoying themselves too much on holiday as well as having digs at the board for not getting him his 5 targets.
Alisson featured twice in pre-season for Liverpool, against Napoli and Torino.
"Step by step, we come closer". That's the plan. A lot of people think because of the transfer window we will [challenge more] - but that's not how it is. It was pretty normal there would be one season when we would spend more money.
"The window is only one way closed so we cannot buy any more but we can sell - not in Premier League - but it is clear things will happen", he said. They are all in different shape.
Jurgen Klopp revealed on Friday morning that Dejan Lovren and Ragnar Klavan are both out of the weekend's game while fellow centre-halves Joe Gomez and Joel Matip will be assessed at Melwood. How could we say we have to beat everyone?