After nearly two years, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp finally admits his mistake

After nearly two years, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp finally admits his mistake

But the club has been told that the rarity value of their kit deal becoming available, combined with the prominence of the Liverpool brand, driven by manager Jurgen Klopp and star players Mohamed Salah, Virgil van Dijk and Roberto Firmino, has strengthened their ability to secure a deal that would put them in the same bracket as football's global elite.

The former Real Madrid boss believes that the 26-year-old deserved a direct red card, while expressing his admiration for the player.

As a result Liverpool have benefited as he scored his first goal in nearly 18 months at Southampton on Friday and played a sublime role in the second goal against Porto. "At the same time when I played No.6, I felt I've learned that position really well and if I need to play there I can do a job there".

"I can do both positions and he sees that I can do both".

After that 3-1 success at St Mary's, which was sealed by Henderson's late goal, Klopp said that he had held talks with his skipper regarding his place in the side, with the No.14 having ptreviously been stationed mainly as Liverpool's "No.6" during the manager's reign. It's basically what he wants and needs.

And his manager joked that he should have tried him in that role before! Brilliant play and I liked it.

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Henderson started his Liverpool career on the right wing. His influence is the sort that appreciated by teammates but not all supporters.

"But at the same time I want to contribute as much as I can to the team".

"I feel as though I can do that more in a further-forward position".

"In the last couple of years there hasn't really been a player like Fabinho in that role so I've had to adapt to that role". I felt I could play further forward in that role.

"Take last season out of the equation and you look at him now and think, "Wow this is unbelievable", his numbers, his assists, his goals, he's one behind Aguero in the race for the Golden Boot, he's a danger in Europe as well".