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Daniel Sturridge reveals how Naby Keita has impressed him in pre-season

Daniel Sturridge reveals how Naby Keita has impressed him in pre-season

I couldn't have imagined the world could have changed. "What do you do, sir?"

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Klopp spoke out against high transfer fees in July 2016 after Manchester United parted with £89.3m to sign Paul Pogba, saying he would "do it differently" even if he had such funds at his disposal.

"That's the problem these days, hey?"

Following this, Klopp was reminded at a news conference of his past criticism of United. "Whatever bulls-- you say, nobody will forget it". On the other side, it's still kind of true. "£100m [for Pogba] was a insane number, but since then the world changed", Klopp told reporters on Saturday. £100m [for Pogba] was a insane number, but since then the world changed. "Since then the world has changed completely".

"There will still be two games to play and West Ham is only the first game of the season, not the last one".

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"That is how everybody in football understands it".

'I don't want to have them but I don't go nuts in those moments and think we have lost everything. I know things are different when you bring a goalkeeper in. "He told me what a great club this was and how the team was progressing and had great potential", Keita added. Klopp said. "I like Christian, I've known him since he was a kid and he's still not really old". The other three are Ousmane Dembele (Borussia Dortmund to Barcelona, £97 million), Kylian Mbappe (Monaco to Paris Saint-Germain, £120 million) and Neymar (Barcelona to PSG, £198 million).

Becker was unveiled as Liverpool's new No 1 last week and, in the process, became the most expensive goalkeeper in history. To find better players than we already have, they aren't waiting around the corner.

Jurgen Klopp has now addressed the two key issues in the Liverpool team by purchasing the best goalkeeper and central defender that money could buy - both are world record fees for players in their position - in the last two transfer windows.

The Alisson deal took Liverpool's summer spending to more than £170m after Naby Keita, Fabinho, Xherdan Shaqiri were also brought in and follows the £75m outlay on Virgil van Dijk in January. But I am a team player.