Liverpool will be desperate to get off to a great start this season as they take on West Ham United tomorrow in front of home support at Anfield.
The Reds certainly prepared well for this season and will have their sights set firmly on the Premier League title, with a much stronger side than the last campaign at Jurgen Klopp’s disposal. Although, it appears as if the German had to fend off an approach for one of his players on deadline day, as according to the Chronicle Live, Liverpool resisted an attempt from Newcastle to land Ragnar Klavan on transfer deadline day.
It’s believed that Liverpool resisted an attempt from Newcastle to land Ragnar Klavan on transfer deadline day.
The Estonian defender has filled back-up duties for much of his time at Anfield, but Jurgen Klopp was reluctant to part with him as he seeks to keep depth within the Reds’ squad due to recent injuries.
Supporters will be delighted that their side fended off any transfer approach for the central defender on deadline day, as the Estonian has shown moments of promise in the side and he would have left them short at the back if he departed during the summer transfer window.
Indeed, the defender has a point to prove and will be desperate to have a positive impact on the Reds’ campaign, so supporters will be interested to see how he fares this season.