Liverpool news: Jurgen Klopp takes a U-turn on the trophy and confesses to the Champions League

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Jurgen Klopp has spoken to Andy Robertson, Liverpool’s defender, about his willingness to take over in the absence Trent Alexander-Arnold. Jurgen Klopp also makes a goalkeeper substitution in an attempt for the quadruple.

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Klopp updates injury status on Alexander-Arnold, Salah

Liverpool will be without Trent Alexander-Arnold, a key defender for the next few matches. However, a teammate already stated that he is available to take his place.

Reds’ domestic cup goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher is the best so far this campaign. He has helped the team win both the Carabao Cup last year and the FA Cup this season. Jurgen Klopp, the manager, will make a change for his side when they face Nottingham Forest on Sunday.

Klopp’s side learned their fate in Friday’s UEFA Champions League quarterfinal. Since then, the manager has admitted that he wanted two teams to be eliminated from the draw.

Here are some examples Mirror Football’s Liverpool news headlines.

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Klopp says Robertson is available

Liverpool will be without Trent Alexander-Arnold, defender for Liverpool, while he recovers after a hamstring injury that is likely to keep his out for ‘weeks.

Andrew Robertson, who plays on Alexander-Arnold’s opposite flank, has indicated that he will support Alexander-Arnold in his absence. They have combined 23 assists, with the England international slightly ahead than his Scottish counterpart who has 13 assists.

Jurgen Klopp, manager of the team, confirmed Robertson’s words as he aims to ‘deliver for’ his team.

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Klopp’s goalkeeper switch

Liverpool is the only Premier League team that has been able to complete the quadruple.

Talk of this unprecedented task is often dismissed and teams and managers act as if it’s not important. Klopp, Reds boss, may have shown how serious he takes the chance to win four major trophies in a single season by his team selection on Sunday.

Liverpool will play Nottingham Forest and there will be a goal change. This is a departure from Klopp’s usual cup style.

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Reds happy to avoid duo

Liverpool were given a generous UEFA Champions League draw and learned that they will be facing Benfica.

Jurgen Klopp’s side could have had a tough time with some big names still in the draw. Reds boss Jurgen Klipp admitted in the aftermath that there were two teams he was hoping to avoid.

Liverpool, Klopp’s men and those teams will face them in the final.

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