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Klopp has 'no clue' if Liverpool can win Champions League

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said he has 'no clue' whether his side can win the Champions League as he named a few contenders for the title.


Klopp has 'no clue' if Liverpool can win Champions League
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp . Image Credit: ANI

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said he has 'no clue' whether his side can win the Champions League as he named a few contenders for the title. "Juventus were my favourites before the season started but obviously I don't watch Italian football enough because I cannot work out why they are not 10 points ahead at the top of Serie A. They have the biggest squad I have ever seen in my life; quality players too, it's crazy," Goal.com quoted Klopp as saying.

"The Bayern Munich squad is also massive, PSG are incredible when they are all fit, you can never discount Barcelona and let's not forget Manchester City because the Champions League will be one of their big targets. I have no clue how far we can go but there's no need to think about it yet because at the moment all we need to concentrate on is Atletico on Tuesday," he added. Liverpool are on a sublime form as they top the Premier League table with 73 points, 22 points ahead of the second-placed club Manchester City.

They bagged the Champions League's title last season but the manager is unsure whether they can retain the crown this season. "I have no clue if we can win the Champions League again, but we should be ready to go for it," Klopp said.

Liverpool will take on Norwich City today in Premier League. (ANI)

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