12 Oct 2016

Molby raves: 'Excellent' £46m-duo are Liverpool's 'two' most improved players under Klopp. Agree?

Who are the two most improved players under Jurgen Klopp? According to Liverpool legend Jan Molby, two of Brendan Rodgers' signings have benefited the most from the new regime.

In his column for the Liverpool Echo, Molby mused:

"From the improvements made to individual players – Adam Lallana and Dejan Lovren are two that leap out – to the way he's got everyone to buy in to his way of playing, it's been fun to watch".

With 6 goals/assists in 8 games already this season, Lallana has undoubtedly improved under Klopp's tutelage, and after two years at Anfield, the ex-Southampton man is finally starting to pay off his £26m transfer fee.

As for Lovren - the Croatian also appears to be much more solid under Klopp, but according to Jamie Carragher, he's not there yet. In a recent interview with Goal.com, Carra explained:

“He [Lovren] vastly improved in his second season, but there’s a way to go for him yet. There’s still some improvement we’d like to see at Liverpool".

Both Lallana and Lovren got injured before the international break, but with any luck, their forward momentum will not be disrupted.

* Lallana: Cost £26m. Lovren: Cost £20m. Dec 2015: Carra hailed Lovren for his 'excellent' performances

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