Liverpool concluded their preseason with a convincing 3-1 victory over Italian side Torino on Tuesday evening.
But the No.14 is not taking anything for granted regarding the Premier League opener against West Ham United this Sunday.
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Why? 'Isolated from the external world, isolated from commercial compromises and isolated from every possible influence'. Pogba was inconsistent last season and was even dropped by the United boss for a spell in the second half of the season.
From there it looked like Torino could be in a night like the one that befell Napoli in the Aviva Stadium last weekend.
Everybody's still got his back... for now, at least. Wijnaldum and Salah combined to set up Firmino for a shot that deflected into the top corner off Lorenzo De Silvestri.
Some last-ditch defending prevented Liverpool from regaining their two-goal cushion on the stroke of half time, with Sirigu thwarting Wijnaldum after the midfielder had made another run beyond the Liverpool attack, and Alex Berenguer cleared Alexander-Arnold's follow-up off the line.
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But I think more good [news] than bad. "They know Chelsea a lot, so they know what they've had here, the fun they've had here". Chelsea goalkeeper, Thibaut Courtois , says he is relaxed regarding his potential transfer from the club to Real Madrid .
Klopp has an nearly irreplaceable front three at his disposal at Liverpool, but should one of them suffer an injury or receive a suspension, the German has little in reserve apart from Ings and Danirl Sturridge.
"But at the same time I understand the lads have been back a lot longer than me and they have had minutes on the pitch".
And Liverpool's business wasn't done there as they also acquired Fabinho from Monaco for a cool €45 million to become the Premier League's biggest spenders in the summer transfer window.
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