Liverpool news: A harsh injury blow confirms Jurgen Klopp’s assessment of the squad

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp addressed the media after his team’s victory over LASK and before the Premier League meeting with West Ham in AnfielThe Reds came from behind for the second time in less than a week to beat LASK in midweek, having done the same against Wolves last Saturday.

This is a worrying trend that Jurgen Klopp would like to see addressed, with his side having conceded first in four of their last five matches.

That aside, it’s been a truly impressive start to the restart that Klopp calls “Liverpool 2.0”.

However, this innovation will be put to the test on Sunday against a West Ham team who have had an equally positive start to the season.

Klopp spoke to the press after the win in Linz and before the match in which the Hammers discussed a number of key issues.

Here are the main talking points and the most important information to come out of Anfield.

After complaining about a lack of depth in recent times, the Kop manager is now enthusiastic about his new team full of options.

The summer was dedicated to rejuvenating a group of players who seemed to have become a little tired and stale after a period of unrelenting success.

Dominik Szoboszlai, Alexis Mac Allister, Ryan Gravenberch and Wataru Endo were all called up during the summer window.

This allowed him to make large-scale modifications, such as the eleven made in Austria.

And with a revamped midfield and a changing group of attackers at his disposal, there is a belief that Liverpool now have a team to compete with their rivals at the top of the Premier League.

“I like the team and I like the depth.

For a team that is still without Thiago, without Trent and without Conor Bradley, we can still change eleven names.

It’s absolutely crazy.Young winger Kaide Gordon has suffered a new injury just weeks after her long-awaited return to action.

The 18-year-old missed more than 18 months of football due to a pelvic problem and finally returned to action earlier this month. But according to the ECHO report, he then rolled his ankle, meaning he ended up on the treatment table.

Fortunately, a long break is not planned and the former Derby County youth player will hopefully be back in a few weeks.Gordon was signed by the Rams in a deal that could be worth £3million in 2021.

He made his senior debut and became the club’s second-youngest goalscorer early last year.Jarell Quansah looked every bit the Premier League defender as he showed exactly why Liverpool were reluctant to spend big on a defender.

Since Virgil van Dijk was suspended and Ibrahima Konate was only deemed fit enough for the bench, the 20-year-old made his first league appearance for the Wolves club.

And he helped the Reds win with a performance that belied his inexperience under the bright lights.And Klopp believes the young defender will make an impact not only at club level but also at international level.

“He’s at the right club at the right time, he’s our boy, a fantastic boy, with great interest (in) England, huge, huge competition.

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