LFC News: Jurgen Klopp; "This club is stable, 100%"

Catch up on some of the biggest news and notes around LFC.

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There is a never ending stream of news to cover at a club the size of Liverpool. I'm here to round up some of the bigger notes you should know about. Let's get started.

Jurgen Klopp not worried about the players mindset

During his Chelsea press conference Klopp was combative with the media as they were pushing on multiple issues. He stated he is not concerned at all with the players having worries going forward.

He stated on multiple times that the players love the club and there is no concern with them abandoning ship at anytime. Reassuring words to hear from the gaffer for sure.

Alexis Mac Allister is back in training

This is great news as Macca is back in training and should be ready to roll as needed. He brings another strong option in the midfield for Klopp and his versatility is always missed when he cannot take the field.

Hopefully he can get a stretch of games now where he really finds his footing and takes off. The club will be better off as well.

Mohamed Salah still not recovered from muscle injury

The Egyptian star continues to rehab his injured hamstring that he picked up while away with Egypt at AFCON.

While most of us didn't expect to see him back at this point, it was still confirmed by Klopp that there is a little road of recovery to go as well. For now, it's wait and see on Salah in the next few weeks.

Thiago returns to training....finally

The Spaniard, who is in the final few months of his Liverpool contract has not featured a single time this season as he has been battling a lingering hip issues among other concerns.

There was a real doubt he would ever don a Liverpool shirt again, which is still a distinct possibility. At this moment, there is no rush to get him back on the field as Klopp has plenty of options in the midfield.

Calvin Ramsay moves to Bolton on loan

The young Scottish right-back has had a hard go of things in recent years with injuries hampering his development.

What he needs now is matches and he has gone to Bolton Wanderers in search of it. The Reds have good memoires from another right-back raising his level while on loan at Bolton, Conor Bradley.

While it's only a rest of season deal, if he can string together some healthy weeks we could begin to see again just how talented he really is.

Michael Edwards rejects chance to return to Liverpool

Edwards was reportedly offered the chance over the weekend to take a high ranking position within the club to oversee the new restructuring that will be taking place.

However, he declined the opportunity as he is happy in his current role a a consultant for the sports advisory company Ludonautics.

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