Jurgen Klopp Made A Mistake Selling Mamadou Sakho Defender | Liverpool Fc News Now - Transfer | #Lfc

Published on Sept. 23, 2017

Jurgen Klopp Mamadou Sakho liverpool - jurgen klopp on mamadou sakho's failed drugs test. jurgen klopp on mamadou sakho's injury - liverpool 1-2 crystal palace. jurgen klopp on mamadou sakho snapchat messages. jürgen klopp und mamadou sakho have fun. jurgen klopp says mamadou sakho's snapchat rant was not positive & will be dealt with soon. mamadou sakho alienates jurgen klopp and liverpool fc. liverpool boss jurgen klopp says he'd rather his side lost 4-1 and sakho had not been injured... mamadou sakho's liverpool fc situation update from jurgen klopp. wegen eines kritischen instagram-posts schien das tuch zwischen jürgen klopp und mamadou sakho zerschnitten. JURGEN KLOPP made a huge mistake by letting Mamadou Sakho join Crystal Palace on transfer deadline day. The Liverpool boss hinted during the summer that Sakho’s future at Anfield could still be resurrected after being frozen out following his pre-season tour antics in 2016. But Palace eventually stumped up enough money to meet Liverpool’s valuation of the former Paris Saint-Germain defender in the final hours of the summer window. Sakho quickly became a cult hero on Merseyside for his ungainly and unorthodox style at the back while also being robust in a challenge and endeared himself to the Kop by embracing the culture of the city. But he never recovered from a fall-out with Klopp, despite impressing on a short-term loan at Palace in the second half of last season. Liverpool’s defensive woes have been highly criticised in recent weeks with Klopp admitting he is “sick” of conceding the same goals time and time again. And Liverpool legend Thompson believes his former club are lacking the tenacity of someone like Sakho, who he regarded as the best option at centre-back at Anfield. “Our best defender at the start of this season has been allowed to leave,” Thompson told Sky Sports’ The Debate show. “Mamadou Sakho was our best defender. He was a warrior, a fighter, a battler - all those things and you saw it at Crystal Palace last season.