I don't think Kyle Walker tweet gives Liverpool extra motivation, says Guardiola

I don't think Kyle Walker tweet gives Liverpool extra motivation, says Guardiola

I don't think Kyle Walker tweet gives Liverpool extra motivation, says Guardiola

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola admitted his players were not happy following their insipid display away to Newcastle United. We all know how good Clyney is, but would he have had more offensive influence in the game?

Liverpool's five-point lead could be cut before they play West Ham on Monday, with Manchester City at home to Arsenal on Sunday.

However, it seems Gomez could be facing another lengthy spell on the sidelines as Klopp has now revealed that the 21-year-old is set to see a specialist to determine the best course of action and another operation is "probably" going to be required to get the defender back to full fitness.

Premier League leaders Liverpool went five points clear of second-placed reigning champions Manchester City after a 1-1 draw with Leicester on Wednesday.

"I played in Germany and won titles there, so I have experience of it", he told Liverpool's official website.

It isn't just the players who have work to do in at the sharp end of the season, 50,000 people at every home game are going to need to play their part.

"The results this week show us it's hard for all the teams in the top six to win their own games".

But many felt it was more a case of Liverpool dropping two points than gaining one. The likes of Fabinho, James Milner, Gini Wijnaldum and Jordan Henderson have been much better in the centre of the pitch, such depth in the squad means that Klopp's options ahead of Keita are endless.

A Harry Maguire goal late in the first half snatched a point for Leicester, and Liverpool were not able to break through a determined defence on a snowy pitch, and had to settle for a point. It happens, it's not new.

"But I kind of worry about Liverpool because we're not even in March yet and I'm seeing signs there that they are looking a little bit nervous". We have to say: 'Okay, it's February 1.

"There are a lot of games and sometimes to sustain it is tough, but that's the challenge and we want to face it". The players know that.

France defender Benjamin Mendy is back in training as he continues his recovery from a knee problem, but is not expected to feature against Arsenal. "I don't know. Defensively I did not see a mistake from Hendo", Klopp submitted.

"In the past two training sessions he was able to train, and we will see day by day".

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