Loris Karius Given Rousing Reception By Liverpool Fans On Anfield Return

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Klopp has been busy during the summer, signing Fabinho, Xherdan Shaqiri and Alisson while Naby Keita also completed his move to Anfield.

The biggest issue Liverpool needed resolving this summer was sorted at a then world-record cost - one that could rise to £65million.

That combines with the £75m purchase of Virgil van Dijk in January as Liverpool look for their first ever Premier League title.

He made further gaffes in pre-season matches against Tranmere Rovers and Borussia Dortmund and is expected to lose his place as first-choice stopper following the signing of Alisson from Roma.

After the clash, which saw Liverpool run out 3-1 winners, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp praised fans for their treatment of Karius.

Klopp swapped seven of his starting lineup at half time and the intensity of Liverpool's second-half performance inevitably suffered.

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With their signings, Liverpool have strengthened their goalkeeping, midfield and forward options.

The Reds were one of the most exciting teams to watch in world football last season, but they still ended up in fourth spot in the table, a massive 25 points adrift of Pep Guardiola's sensational Manchester City side.

But former England midfielder Paul Merson believes the Reds should target a centre-back today with the transfer window closing at 5pm.

"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".

"We will see what happens".

Despite opening their Premier League campaign against West Ham on Sunday, Jurgen Klopp named a strong team and was rewarded by seeing key players get valuable game time.

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