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Major mistake: 2 reasons why Klopp’s striker decision could be very bad for Liverpool

Liverpool fans here in the Tavern are still yet to get over their win against leaders Manchester City, as they now look to carry their momentum into the next encounter. 

Jurgen Klopp’s side are currently enjoying one of their best periods of football in recent history, as the weekend’s win now takes them to 18 games unbeaten in all competitions.

Although, with them still facing some stiff competition from Spurs who sit just outside of the top-four places, it’s still all to play for as the Reds go on in search of more magical European nights at Anfield.

However, it’s not been all smiles on Merseyside in recent times, as a settled attack has its problems when it comes to players failing to break into the side.

As Daniel Sturridge continues to look for a move away from Anfield,  Liverpool have stated they won’t budge unless it’s a permanent offer for the 28-year-old, making life difficult for the England international on Merseyside right now.

Which was put into practice in the past couple of days, as Jurgen Klopp rejected a loan offer from Spanish side Seville for the Englishman, an action that many feel will have many repercussions for this Liverpool side.

Nevertheless, with Sturridge’s future still up in the air. Here’s a look at TWO reasons why Klopp’s decision could be very bad for Liverpool…

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