29 Sept 2016

Klopp Confirms: 'Excellent' £60k-a-week Liverpool star will 'play against Swansea'. Good decision?

Liverpool's Premier League clash with Swansea is still three days away, but Reds boss Jurgen Klopp has already confirmed at least one member of his starting lineup.

Speaking to the official LFC website this week, Klopp confirmed:

"He [Loris Karius] can play against Swansea again. I already spoke to the goalkeepers, and they know it".

Has Klopp already made the decision to make Karius Liverpool's new number-one, or is he just testing him out to see if he's got the stuff to replace Mignolet on a permanent basis? Mignolet will be hoping it's the latter, but unfortunately for him, it's probably the former.

Karius is yet to be really tested, and if Liverpool's excellent form continues, that's unlikely to change against Swansea City. Despite usurping his more experienced international colleague, 'excellent' Karius insists:

"We don't have anything against each other and we try to help each other in training and get on okay, so there is no issue between us".

If has a poor game on Saturday (i.e. makes a mistake that leads to a goal) should Klopp stick with him, or bring back Mignolet?

^ Karius: reportedly on £60k-a-week.


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