Fabinho: Ill try to convince Mbappe to join Liverpool

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The Premier League kicks off again on August 10 while UEFA's new Nations League, which replaces the usual rounds of worldwide friendlies, begins on September 6.

"If they don't stop with these games - they are now making it the Nations Cup to make it more important - then these players who played at the World Cup have to go again", Klopp said.

"We do it differently to Monaco", saId Klopp. Tottenham had nine players in the semis.

The versatile South American forward wasn't part of Brazil's squad for this summer's World Cup in Russian Federation. For us, it's not a big difference but it's a very important one'.

"If the same thing happens here, I don't mind whether I have to defend or attack. I tried to focus on the end of the season with Monaco, but when you are aware a club of Liverpool's dimension is interested in your services, obviously it touches you", he said.

"Jordan will be back on Aug 5 and Dejan will be back on Aug 6", he said. He feels like he needs training every day, a bit like Millie (James Milner).

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"Last season when I was at Monaco, when we had the need for me to defend, I used to stay back and my team-mates would attack".

"With Trent I have a special agreement". "He wanted to be in earlier as well".

Mbappé joined Ligue 1 champions PSG last summer on an initial season long loan deal, with the club to finalise a permanent deal this month, for a fee believed to be around €145 million plus €35 million in add-ons. We have an excellent manager (Jurgen Klopp). "It will be hard to involve them against West Ham but I don't want to make that lineup today". We received a significant offer for Alisson from Liverpool and we evaluated it.

The former Arsenal midfielder could be set to miss the majority of the season after sustaining multiple ligament damage to his right knee during Liverpool's Champions League semi-final clash against Roma at Anfield in April. It's not that we lack ambition.

Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp during the warm up before the match.

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