Klopp talks about Loris Karius after pre-season friendly

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Jurgen Klopp has dropped the biggest hint yet that he is prepared to stand by Loris Karius as Liverpool FC's first choice goalkeeper next season.

Karius, who made a pair of mistakes against Real Madrid in May's Champions League final, spilled a free-kick, which led to Tranmere's opener in the Reds' 3-2 win over the League Two side. Yes he could have made that save even though the shot was not easy to deal with.

Karius was at fault for two goals in Liverpool's 3-1 defeat by Real Madrid in the Champions League final, but it was later revealed he had concussion.

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After the pre-season friendly, Klopp was quick to defend his goalkeeper and while I expect nothing less from him, I really hope it's not an indication that Karius will continue between the sticks next season.

"We need to make the most of the situation and learn".

'You [the media] can all stop that immediately. You never ask again, that would be one little step.

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Until he has a few fantastic games, you can not change that.

'I saw this situation 500 times in my life the ball hits his chest but what can you do'.

His performance has inevitably led to speculation that Liverpool FC could be set to look to bring in goalkeeping reinforcements this summer as they look to challenge for the title next season. Our job is to support Loris, that's our part of the deal. I liked the second half as well because although we were not that ruthless maybe, we created a lot and played good football, came in the right spaces, last third not as good as first half but it was pretty good.

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Deschamps also recalled France's defeat to Portugal in the Euro 2016 final in Paris two years ago, and revealed it's still weighing on the team.

Rafael Camacho, Sheyi Ojo, and Adam Lallan grabbed a goal each before the break at Prenton Park.

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