"Hopefully he will go on to be a great goalkeeper and be remembered for that but Liverpool had to make a change because I think there would be no belief in Liverpool actually, never mind winning a league but challenging for the league with the two goalkeepers they had".
With West Ham visiting Anfield for the Premier League opener on Sunday, Klopp withdrew most of his first string, giving run-outs to the likes of Daniel Sturridge, Adam Lallana, Danny Ings and Marko Grujic, along with another off-season recruit, Xherdan Shaqiri.
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"We will see what happens".
The Liverpool manager was speaking after he watched his side conclude their preseason schedule with a convincing 3-1 victory over Torino at Anfield on Tuesday evening.
"No matter how early I get into Melwood, I get up the stairs and he's already there-sat there with the laptop open watching goalkeepers from the other end of the world".
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The money Liverpool have spent both this summer and in acquiring Virgil van Dijk last January has been sizeable, but the snipes from Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho suggesting Klopp has joined the big spenders league have been laughable. "In his first session he looked like he trained the whole three weeks he was off", said the Reds boss.
"We wanted to help him a little bit with the position so that it's not too complicated, gave him a lot of freedom, offensively playing natural, plus offering runs in behind, which is what he did, especially around the Sturridge goal".
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"He's experienced enough not to bring himself in hard situations where he has to run two or three miles in two minutes. I have no clue in the moment what we will do at the weekend".