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Jurgen Klopp is determined to lift the trophy, says ‘second is nothing’

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Liverpool are determined to end their long-term wait for a major silverware this season.

Coach Jurgen Klopp is finally aware that being ‘second is nothing’ in the race to lift trophy and he is ready to see to it that the current campaign yields a tangible result.

The last time Liverpool lifted a major trophy was in 2012 under the management of Kenny Dalglish, however, since then the Reds have missed out of winning any trophy.

Klopp, since his appointment as Liverpool coach, has tasted three defeat in the finals, which include; the Europa League, League Cup, and Uefa Champions League.

The German is, however, ready to turn things around this time with Liverpool being a major contender in the EPL and also in the UCL, Klopp is hopeful of lifting one of the two trophies – or possibly both.

But Klopp acknowledged that it is going to be a difficult task because unlike Liverpool, some other football clubs have improved as well and are also hoping to win.

At the moment, the Reds are faced with stern competitions from Man City and Chelsea, with Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspurs also moving closer.

The Reds are currently seated in the third spot on the Premier League table.

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Confirmed! Ruben Loftus-Cheek finally bows to pressure ready to leave Chelsea

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Chelsea midfielder and England international, Ruben Loftus-Cheek has finally bowed to pressure and will leave Chelsea on loan in the January transfer window.

The report was made public by the Daily Mail, which confirmed that the midfielder is now ready to accede to a loan move away from Chelsea.

Loftus-Cheek has reportedly grown frustrated from the limited playing chances he has gotten so far this season with Chelsea coach, Maurizio Sarri not seeing him as a credible player to be in the Blues first eleven.

The England international had a loan spell at Crystal Palace last season, which saw him in his top form and went ahead to earn him a spot in the English national team.

However, this season saw the player refusing to leave on another loan spell as he disclosed he wanted to fight for his space in the Blues squad.

But Chelsea coach Maurizio Sarri prefers to start the trio of Kovacic, Kante, and Jorginho in the midfield.

His limited playing chances this season has seen him dropped out from England’s national squad.

He has only made one start for Chelsea this season which was in the UEL match against Mol Vidi.

This may be one of the reasons the midfielder is now ready to leave on loan with Arsenal or Everton a possible destination.

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Arsenal defender ends national team career

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Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny has put an end to his international career with France.

The plan earlier nurtured by the 33-year-old was to retire after the World Cup that ended in July but unfortunately, he could not make it to the world biggest tournament as a result of the Achilles injury that kept him away.

Koscielny in his speech stated that he has given all to the French national team and it is time for him to put an end to it.

However, he blasted the World Cup-winning boss Didier Deschamps, saying the French manager abandoned him.

Koscielny said there was no contact between him and his national team manager, adding that Deschamps only called him on his birthday and that was all.

The Gunners defender says he is disappointed in the manager’s attitude towards him especially when he was going through a lot.

Koscielny said he had a lot of friends when he was in good form but they are no more today because he has been on the sideline due to injury.

Koscielny, who has 51 caps, was injured in Arsenal’s Europa League semi-final loss to Atletico Madrid in May and is still recovering. He has been billed to return fully later in the year.

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Maurizio Sarri to make this player his number one transfer priority

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Chelsea new coach, Maurizio Sarri is already making a list of players he is likely to sign in the January transfer window.

According to a recent report from The Express, the Italian tactician is planning to make Poland International and Genoa striker, Krzysztof Piatek is number one player to sign come January.

Sarri wants to sign Piatek as another option to the Blues attack since the duo of Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud have refused to perform in the current campaign.

Krzysztof Piatek, 23, came into the limelight following his performance for Genoa in the Italian Seria A this season.

According to the record, Piatek already has found the back of the net for Genoa on nine occasions in Serie A and has also netted four Coppa Italia goals, making it a total of 13 goals in a short period.

However, the Blues will be faced with stiff competition from other European football clubs who are also keenly interested in him.

Also, Genoa are not ready to let him in go in January as they hope to at least keep him till the end of this season.

A report from Italy made it known that Genoa could let him go if a willing club comes with £44 million as transfer fee.

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Granit Xhaka reveals what Unai Emery did to him

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It is a new life for Arsenal players since the beginning of the season with new manager Unai Emery praised for making it happen.

Most Arsenal players including Mesut Ozil, Alex Iwobi and Alexandre Lacazette have all found a new form under the Spanish coach and Swiss midfielder Granit Xhaka is not left out of the new beginning.

Xhaka has started all of the 8 Premier League games for the Gunners this season and has kept the middle of the Arsenal play intact with his fine form, a part of why the North London side have gone nine games winning streak.

He has attributed the success he has recorded and the improvement in his game to the Spanish manager, adding that he enjoyed a lot of benefits having Emery as a coach.

Speaking with Mail on Sunday, the Swiss said he is beginning to get back to his best and discovering his form under the former PSG manager.

He, therefore, noted that more will be seen of the current Arsenal team once the character and philosophy of the new manager is well known and understood by the players.

Xhaka noted that he is improving on a daily basis on his tactical level and he will always appreciate Emery for that.

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Wenger breaks silence on Arsenal, Ramsey, says he is happy for this reason

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Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is speaking on the happenings at the club for about the first time since leaving at the end of last season.

The French manager had a 22 years reign as the manager at the North London side before he was made to quit against his wish.

Since his departure, the manager has yet to secure another job and surprisingly refused to comment on the happenings at the club.

However, he has now broken his silence by making a claim on the contract issues involving Aaron Ramsey.

Wenger admits the Wales international now has the knife in his hands and in the best position to make any cut but he believes an agreement could still be reached.

According to Arsenal former boss, situations like that happened in the past but it was resolved by his efforts.

He made it clear he is happy not being at the club at this moment as it will no longer be his responsibility.

Ramsey is one of the layers who grew to limelight with the opportunity handed him by Wenger who is a believer of the youth system.

Meanwhile, the Wales midfielder has made it clear he will not be leaving the Emirates Stadium in the January window making it clear that he will leave the club as a free player unless there is a change of heart to sign a new deal.

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