"What I can say is that we really need all our passion in a situation like this". The "muscle problems" Klopp mentioned yesterday that the pair suffered against West Brom may subside in time for another must-win game. He's a fantastic goalkeeper but we have highest quality goalkeepers.
"We know that we have to improve our defence, but it's also the style of play which makes it hard in England", Matip told Bild.
Instead, the Reds boss remains hopeful that the two parties can strike an agreement for Can to commit his long-term future to Liverpool before having to think about letting the player go.
The Reds now have nine players in the treatment room, with Mane out for the season and Joel Matip and Adam Lallana still not ready for first-team action.
Jurgen Klopp claims that injuries dented Liverpool's Premier League title bid.
"Wardy (Danny Ward) is at Huddersfield and playing a brilliant season - he is our player so we will bring him back next year so there is competition".
"The situation with our goalkeepers is really good". "It means that, even without Sadio Mane, Adam Lallana and Jordan Henderson, Liverpool look unsafe". He should be back in full training next week. We have seen glimpses of it already.
"We have had injuries because of different reasons", he added.
Klopp missed out on winning silverware in his first year at Liverpool as they lost both the finals of both the EFL Cup and the Europa League, but he is hopeful of securing at least one trophy before the end of his contract in 2022.
But Klopp believes Sam Allardyce's team, who are not yet safe from relegation, are capable of posing an aerial threat for his defence, with former Liverpool striker Christian Benteke leading the line for the visitors. "If we let them cross 50 balls, it's pretty likely he will have some unsafe headers".
The France worldwide has made seven Premier League appearances and only ended up on the losing side once, while five victories and one draw have been recorded from the other six outings.
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