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Klopp Hints Marko Grujic Could Make Long Awaited Liverpool Return Against Stoke

Klopp Hints Marko Grujic Could Make Long Awaited Liverpool Return Against Stoke

"Impossible that he will play again this season", Klopp told a news conference.

Jurgen Klopp reckons Simon Mignolet "saved" Liverpool's life on Saturday with a brilliant save in the second half to deny Stoke.

Klopp then made two changes heading into the second half as Woodburn and Alexander-Arnold came off in favor of Coutinho and Firmino. Their set-piece quality is also a direct counter to Liverpool's weakness at defending them, so Liverpool may have yet another disappointing result on the road and drop more points on Saturday night.

Grujic, signed to a background of much fanfare in January 2016 before spending the remainder of last season on loan with Red Star Belgrade, has struggled with injuries so far in his debut campaign and hasn't featured for the first-team since an EFL Cup tie in November.

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Speaking to the Daily Mail, Redknapp has admitted that he thinks Liverpool need a player just like Tottenham's Son Heung-min; somebody who can chip in with goals when key players are missing, as he has during Harry Kane's absence.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has hinted that 20-year-old Serbian talent Marko Grujic could finally make his long awaited return to action for the Reds against Stoke City this weekend.

"We all know what Liverpool can do against their top-six rivals. They are scintillating when all is well but when the going gets tough they have lacked character". We've done a few games at Stoke this season and one thing you get from Mark Hughes' side is a battle. When the Brazilian duo, and Sadio Mane and Adam Lallana, are fit Liverpool are unstoppable.

Stoke played three at the back away to Burnley on Tuesday night and if Marko Arnautovic was a bit sharper they could well have won at Turf Moor.


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