Gary Neville criticizes Liverpool for not having changes. He said Jürgen Klopp needs to come up with something new in the crisis.

The Liverpool crisis is one of the main topics in the English press. At Anfield, Liverpool lost for the fourth time in a row, including the derby with fellow city Everton, with whom they had not lost at home since 1999.

Sky’s expert and commentator Gary Neville also commented after the match, saying that if at first the Liverpool crisis was easily explained by injuries and fatigue, now the situation of the ‘Reds’ looks more difficult and Klopp needs to change something.

“Slowly, the situation is getting worse. We all know about the injuries, we know how the fans are missing at the stadium, we know about Covid, but all the teams are in this day. “They go to the pitch and try to do the same thing. Klopp has to come up with something new. Liverpool did not change in his hands. They have to change things – either play more from defense to help the central defenders or move to three defenders. They need new ideas.” Said Neville.

Liverpool are beyond the top four in the Champions League this time around and will have to fight hard to get back into the top four.

 

Is Wijnaldum leaving?

 

According to Fabrizio Romano’s Twitter, “Liverpool” does not rule out the transfer of another team to Georginio Wijnaldum.

The Merseyside team is unable to extend his contract with the Dutch central midfielder, and, in addition, Barça are interested in the player.

If the transfer to Catalonia really takes place, the “Reds” will switch to “Lille” midfielder Renato Sanches.

Recall, in the 2017-2018 season, the Portuguese midfielder has already played for Swansea City in the Premier League.

Bayern Munich then owned the current ‘dogs’ midfielder, and he was on loan at Wales.