Jurgen Klopp Believes Liverpool Won’t be a Selling Club in Near Future

Jurgen Klopp Believes Liverpool Won’t be a Selling Club in Near Future

Jurgen Klopp Believes Liverpool Won’t be a Selling Club in Near Future

Alisson was given a break following his World Cup exertions but joined the Liverpool squad as they headed to France for their next stage of pre-season preparations.

Jurgen Klopp's final signing this summer might just be his most important. He is now training with the Reds and preparing for the Premier League campaign.

The Reds shelled out a world-record fee for a goalkeeper in capturing the Brazil worldwide from Roma for £65m last month.

Alisson, the world's most expensive goalkeeper, will be thrown in the deep end nearly immediately as Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp confirmed that the Brazilian custodian will make his debut on Saturday when the Reds take on Serie A side Napoli.

The midfielder was forced to sit out Liverpool's final two friendlies of their preseason tour of the United States with a stiff neck sustained during an eight-hour flight delay from Charlotte to New Jersey.

However, you'd still back Liverpool to do a number on the London side - especially as they now boast a squad that include genuine world class players such as Alisson, Fabinho and Naby Keita.

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"I'm very happy to have them alongside me and to be a part of this project that Liverpool have and the great work they have been doing over recent years".

Alisson became the most expensive goalkeeper in the world when leaving Roma for Liverpool earlier this month, but the Brazil worldwide has only just linked up with his new teammates.

And he has now further detailed to LiverpoolFC.com why the game was arranged to be held at Anfield, saying "it's a really important game for us, it's not "some game"-to show up with our supporters".

"I don't want to put one of my players in the position where people will now say constantly "he's the Phil replacement".

"I hope I can help and bring something extra to the team".

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