Klopp flawless for Liverpool, says former CEO

Ross Houston
October 11, 2017

"This is one of the big games of the season without a doubt". Don Hutchison discusses the three main things Liverpool will need to do in order to beat Jose Mourinho's Manchester United at Anfield.

However, reports last month suggested that Bayern were still interested in re-signing the player and were willing to do battle with Liverpool, Juventus, Inter Milan and potentially even Manchester United.

'Why I think Liverpool will win this is because of what they have demonstrated against all of the top five teams, apart from Manchester City when they went down to ten men and lost 5-0, ' Barnes told talkSPORT.

On the other hand, Liverpool have struggled for consistency this season and are now seventh in the Premier League standings with 12 points from seven games, seven adrift of Manchester United.

Manchester United have been handed a huge injury boost ahead of this weekend's clash with Liverpool.

"They have had the upper hand against all of the top teams because of the nature of the way those games are played".

Juergen Klopp is the flawless manager to help Liverpool fulfil their ambitions on the pitch despite not being able to match the spending power of the Premier League's richest sides, former chief executive Christian Purslow has said.

"If they go all-out attack against Liverpool, which they are under pressure do because they are Man United and they are top of the league, then I think Liverpool will win". They are very open; they are very attack-minded.

However, the Italian giants eventually opted to bring in Blaise Matuidi from PSG instead, after Liverpool refused to part with their German worldwide star for the rumoured 25 million Euro on offer from Juve. The summer transfer window was marketed as a record-breaking one to help end the quest for a first league title since 1990, but the squad still looks worryingly short in key defensive areas.

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