It is claimed it would be complicated if Liverpool made a decision to resurrect their move for Fekir having flagged up concerns over an old knee problem.
Liverpool have showcased their ambition in the transfer window, spending over £160m on Naby Keita, Fabinho, Xherdan Shaqiri and Alisson.
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"When I speak about not having insane expectations, if we keep the atmosphere within the club from a year ago we have a chance of really big season and then we will see what happens".
Salah, who hit 32 Premier League goals last term - a record for a 38-game season, curled in his unstoppable top-corner effort just before the hour. "I am very happy here", Fekir told Lyon's in-house TV station after returning to training following a post-World Cup break.
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Alderweireld, 29, has plied his professional trade in England since 2014 following a transfer from Atletico Madrid. Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is demanding £60million for the centre-back, who is desperately wanted by United.
Now, Liverpool Echo reporter Pearce says that the Reds could still further bolster their squad before Thursday's transfer deadline, but Klopp appears happy to proceed with the players currently at his disposal. We have very good players, there is a good atmosphere.
"What I like that Klopp has done is he has signed quality where he has needed it - the middle of the park they were lacking - there is great competition for places and he did it early".
"It is a bit like the French national team: a mixture of youngster and older players, with some players more experienced than others". "An all-round good performance for the first game, especially because I think everyone can imagine what happens inside a human being in a situation like that, playing the first game after all the things that were written about it and all that stuff".
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"Hopefully it will be good and that's very important".