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  • Jurgen Klopp drops Wolves hint as Real Madrid set to make transfer decision
  • Jurgen Klopp drops Wolves hint as Real Madrid set to make transfer decision

    Klopp drops selection hint

    Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that Jordan Henderson will be fit for the game with Wolves on Sunday - and that he could name an unchanged line up.
    Wolves make the trip to Anfield just 43 hours after the emotional win over Manchester City, a result which gave Liverpool another major title boost.
    The Reds played their last game on Boxing Day, beating Leicester City, 4-0, giving them a 72-hour turnaround for the game vs Nuno Espirito Santo's side.
    And the Liverpool boss has said he will leave the final decisions of how many players to rotate until late on.
    “Fresh legs are important but it’s not only about that - it’s about the quality we can involve in the game, the different quality the other players have, so there are a couple of things," he told the club’s official site.

    Klopp on Adama

    Jurgen Klopp has heaped praise on Adama Traore, claiming the Wolverhampton Wanderers winger is even more difficult to contain than Jamie Vardy.
    The Liverpool boss was speaking after the Spaniard inspired Wolves to a memorable 3-2 win over the Reds' main title rivals Manchester City.
    Traore scored Wolves' first goal, before creating the second in another remarkable performance in what is becoming a special season for the former Barcelona man.

    And Klopp, who will be looking to stifle Traore on Sunday has admitted he has been keeping a close eye on Traore.
    “He finally found his manager who found a position for him," Klopp said. "At Middlesbrough he was exceptional, but somebody had to give him the right information.
    “A big, big talent. You would never have thought he is that young, but he is still very young, and now he has found it. It was always clear it would happen one day, and now it has. Good for Wolves!"

    Real Madrid transfer decision

    It’s fair to say that Jesus Vallejo’s loan spell at Wolverhampton Wanderers from Real Madrid has not gone to plan.
    The 22-year-old is due to spend the season at Molineux from the La Liga giants, but has struggled for first-team minutes this season.
    Vallejo has made just seven appearances for Wolves this season, with two of those coming in the Premier League.

    His last outing for Nuno Espirito Santo’s side was in October for Wolves’ 2-1 defeat to Aston Villa in the Carabao Cup.
    Reports in Spain earlier this week said Madrid were “concerned” about Vallejo’s lack of playing time at Molineux.
    Now a report in Mundo Deportivo claims that Madrid are planning recall the defender from his loan spell, with Vallejo having his sights set on featuring for Spain in the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.

    Title warning

    Romain Saiss has warned that Liverpool could still surrender their huge lead at the top of the Premier League.
    The midfielder was part of the Wolverhampton Wanderers side that all but ended Manchester City's faint title hopes, by beating them 3-2 at Molineux.
    That result leaves Liverpool 14 points clear of City and ten points ahead of Leicester, having played two games less.
    Saiss' Wolves team head to Anfield on Sunday and he has suggested that the 'crazy' nature of the Premier League, could yet see another contender emerge.
    “It’s very good to face this fantastic team," he told the club's official site.
    "They are fighting for the title and are looking really good this season.
    “You can see they are really strong with how many points they are already ahead at the top of the league. Last season, City were eight points behind them, but they were able to come back and get the title.
    “You never know what might happen with the title – sometimes this league is crazy, but we are focused on our targets, our game and our league because we’re not fighting for the title. We’re just focused on this game and our opponent."

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