Published: Wed, October 11, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Former Liverpool man urges Juventus to sign Reds star Emre Can

Former Liverpool man urges Juventus to sign Reds star Emre Can

However, Mourinho may well be making the trip to Merseyside with a patched-up side as reports have emerged that United may be travelling with up to seven players unavailable.

Liverpool, seventh on 12 points, have struggled to convert their goal-scoring opportunities this season but will be fired up for Saturday's fixture against a free-scoring United side, who have won six of seven and drawn just once this campaign.

Purslow added on Liverpool having to compete with big spenders such as Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City: "There are revenue differences between Manchester United and Liverpool".

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.

"If you mean from his ownership, none whatsoever", Purslow said in response to whether Klopp was under pressure after two years as Liverpool manager.

Liverpool have drawn too many games since August gave way to September and retain numerous same weaknesses as last season.

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Klopp has seen his methods and transfer business placed under the microscope, but a former chief executive at Anfield believes there is no better man to challenge the elite on a limited budget.

Barnes told talkSPORT: "Why I think Liverpool will win this is because of what Liverpool have demonstrated against all of the top teams, apart from Manchester City when they went down to 10 men and lost 5-0".

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

"They are very open, they are very attack-minded - whereby one team attacks and leaves the defence to defend for themselves".

Liverpool, however, will be without Mane who has been sidelined for six weeks with a hamstring problem sustained on worldwide duty with Senegal.

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