Manchester United fans have mixed feelings after loss to Liverpool

Manchester United fans have mixed feelings after loss to Liverpool

Manchester United fans have mixed feelings after loss to Liverpool

Nobody else.' Klopp had previously stated he was against paying high transfer fees but changed his mind, something Mourinho poked fun at in the week.

Liverpool take on Manchester United in the US tonight but, on the eve of the clash, Reds boss Jurgen Klopp had a special surprise treat for some of the club's dedicated fans.

The Reds were set to sign the France global in a deal worth £53million ahead of the World Cup, before medical issues derailed the switch.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has indicated that his Liverpool counterpart Jurgen Klopp must challenge for the Premier League title after heavy spending, with fans from both sides reacting to the comments.

"The problem is you have to invest well and honestly I think they did very well because every player they have bought is a quality player and I'm happy for them".

But Klopp has dismissed those comments before Saturday's meeting between the two sides in MI in the International Champions Cup.

Klopp's response follows Mourinho's suggestion Liverpool will have set a "Premier League record" this season, after spending almost £250m in the last 12 months. If he is happy about our transfers even better.

"It's a really nice story, that we come here", Klopp continued.

Keita did not train at Michigan Stadium on Friday, along with Loris Karius and Georginio Wijnaldum, although Klopp reiterated that the Guinean's injury is not a serious concern.

Besiktas, for their part, are looking to recruit a new goalkeeper after selling Fabri to Fulham last week. We know that. It means our life is not easier because we brought a few players in.

Academy stoppers Kamil Grabara and Caoimhin Kelleher will be contending for a starting spot against the Red Devils while midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum is a doubt.

Forgotten man Lazar Markovic is also a target for Greek club Olympiakos.

One player who seems destined to depart is forgotten man Lazar Markovic, with the club opening talks with Greek club Olympiacos.

Since then the 24-year-old, a £20million signing from Benfica by Rodgers in 2014, has had loan spells at Fenerbahce, Sporting Lisbon, Hull and Anderlecht.

Manchester United v Liverpool is the kind of game that will always attract plenty of attention, even in pre-season.

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