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Here are three things we spotted from Liverpool’s first training session in Bangkok…

First glimpse of Darwin Nunez

Same old Andy Robertson

Youngsters mixing in

Liverpool new boy Darwin Nunez enjoyed his first training session with his new club in Bangkok and was cooling off in the dreaded ice bath post session.

Harvey Elliott has revealed he has been working hard during the off-season in order to hit the ground running once Liverpool returned to pre-season action.

Liverpool right-back Neco Williams is undergoing a medical at Nottingham Forest ahead of his £17 million move to the newly-promoted side.

Williams spent half of last season on loan at Fulham and played a big part in the London club winning the Championship.

Liverpool bought Calvin Ramsay earlier in the window so Williams could leave in search of more game time.

Chelsea have been told they must do a ‘lot more’ in the transfer market to close the gap on Manchester City and Liverpool at the top of the Premier League. Thomas Tuchel’s side are close to signing Raheem Sterling from City for £47 million.

The addition of Sterling will bolster a Chelsea attack that is now without £97m man Romelu Lukaku after the Belgian rejoined Inter Milan on loan for next season.

Chelsea are short in defence after losing Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christenson both on free transfers to Real Madrid and Barcelona.

Championship duo Stoke City and Blackburn Rovers are both interested in signing Ben Davies from Liverpool.

The defender is yet to play a competitive match for the Reds since arriving from Preston North End in the winter of 2021.

There’s no rest for the wicked in Bangkok. Liverpool’s players are already getting their first training session underway in Thailand.

Liverpool can add another piece of silverware to their bulging trophy cabinet after being crowned Masters Cup champions for 2022 in Glasgow on Friday evening.

But before they could get their hands on the trophy, the team of Anfield stars of yesteryear had to graft their way past a solid Manchester United side with tempers occasionally fraying between the two old enemies.

The Reds put out a team that included Jamie Carragher, Robbie Fowler, Steve McManaman, Stewart Downing, Jermaine Pennant, Sander Westerveld, Luis Garcia and David Thompson.

Liverpool got off to a flying start, beating Rangers 6-2 in the opening group game, with Spaniard Garcia helping himself to four goals in the process. Celtic were then dispatched 2-1 before United offered a greater challenge, inflicting the Merseyside club’s only defeat with a 4-2 score line.

However, when the two sides faced each other again in the grand final, it was a different story, as the Reds ran-out 5-3 winners to be crowned champions, much to the delight of Garcia. “The tournament was so intense, but we enjoyed it,” he said.

“The crowd were fantastic, it was a great show for the spectators. It was so good to catch up with team mates and with rivals you haven’t seen for so long.”

Liverpool can add another piece of silverware to their bulging trophy cabinet after being crowned Masters Cup champions for 2022 in Glasgow on Friday evening.

But before they could get their hands on the trophy, the team of Anfield stars of yesteryear had to graft their way past a solid Manchester United side with tempers occasionally fraying between the two old enemies.

The Reds put out a team that included Jamie Carragher, Robbie Fowler, Steve McManaman, Stewart Downing, Jermaine Pennant, Sander Westerveld, Luis Garcia and David Thompson.

Liverpool got off to a flying start, beating Rangers 6-2 in the opening group game, with Spaniard Garcia helping himself to four goals in the process. Celtic were then dispatched 2-1 before United offered a greater challenge, inflicting the Merseyside club’s only defeat with a 4-2 score line.

However, when the two sides faced each other again in the grand final, it was a different story, as the Reds ran-out 5-3 winners to be crowned champions, much to the delight of Garcia. “The tournament was so intense, but we enjoyed it,” he said.

“The crowd were fantastic, it was a great show for the spectators. It was so good to catch up with team mates and with rivals you haven’t seen for so long.”

Ben Davies is the subject of interest from Championship clubs Blackburn Rovers and Stoke City.

That’s according to Sky Sports, as claimed by their Transfer Centre this morning.

An emergency signing by Jurgen Klopp during the 2020/21 season, Davies has never made a first team appearance for the club and spent last season on loan with Sheffield United, making 22 appearances and helping the Blades to reach the Championship play-offs.

Davies has three years left on his Liverpool contract but has been left out of the Far East tour, which indicates the 26-year-old could be about to make a move back to the Championship, where he was originally acquired by Klopp from Preston North End.

One of the players Liverpool fans in Thailand are most looking forward to seeing is, of course, Mohamed Salah.

And the Egyptian King was given quite a welcome as he passed through the airport on arrival, getting a segway police escort while riding on an electric cart, with fans cheering him along.

Salah will be hoping to forge a new attacking partnership with Darwin Nunez this season.

Jurgen Klopp insists all places are up for grabs this coming season in his new-look Liverpool team after touching down in Thailand ahead of the friendly with Manchester United.

The Reds kicked off their tour of the Far East on Sunday morning by meeting the press in a Bangkok airport ahead of Tuesday’s exhibition with United at the Rajamangala Stadium.

After losing Sadio Mane to Bayern Munich following six successful years on Merseyside, the Reds brought in Darwin Nunez for an initial fee of £64m and the ex-Benfica striker could end up costing the club a record £85m. Fabio Carvalho has also joined from Fulham for a sum that could reach around £7.5m, while 18-year-old Calvin Ramsay has arrived from Aberdeen to act as deputy to Trent Alexander-Arnold at right-back.

As Klopp and his staff mull over a change in style following the arrival of Nunez, the Liverpool manager insists all spots are open ahead of the new Premier League season as he challenged his 37-strong contingent to catch his eye this coming week.

“We will have a good season, [it will be] a season where we can improve, there is space to improve and we have space for improvement,” Klopp said. “We can always do better and that is what we will try.

“I have no doubt about the quality of the boys. We brought in new players, yes we lost a few players but we’ve brought in new players and fresh blood and that’s really helpful.

“No place is already sorted, who will play where, the boys will put pressure on each other which is important. We have five substitutes from now on in the Premier League as well, we have to get used to that and we have to adapt and all these kinds of things. I’m really looking forward to it. There are no guarantees in football but there is a good chance we will play another good season I would say.”

It seemed hard to envisage a way back for Loris Karius at Liverpool following the 2018 Champions League final.

A nightmare evening in Kyiv saw the German shot-stopper commit two high-profile errors, helping Real Madrid on their way to a 3-1 victory. Dejected at the full-time whistle, this was a cruel ending to a season in which Karius had shown great promise having earned the trust of Jurgen Klopp.

Mistakes of this magnitude are challenging to overcome, not least at a club the size of Liverpool. Once the dust had settled on the Reds missing out on a sixth European Cup, the 2018/19 pre-season schedule was soon on the horizon and Karius was back in the starting-eleven for the club’s opening friendly with Chester.

A 7-0 triumph marked the perfect start to the club’s Premier League season preparations but alarm bells were already ringing over Karius’ rehabilitation from the mistakes made in Kiev when a video of him making a howler in the warm-up before the match went viral.

A meeting with Tranmere Rovers three days later provided the former Mainz keeper with further unwanted spotlight. The match, which was four years ago to this day, began with Danny Ward between the sticks and Liverpool leading 3-0 at the break against their Merseyside neighbours. On came Karius after the interval, who conceded twice late on as the Reds held on for a narrow victory at Prenton Park.

It was not the scoreline that was the issue in this instance, however, but rather the manner of the Whites’ opener. Ollie Norburn’s free-kick was spilled by Karius, enabling Jonny Smith to sweep home for a goal on his Tranmere debut. A defensive mix-up between James Milner and Pedro Chirivella then enabled Tranmere trialist Amadou Soukouna to pull another goal back for the hosts.

Liverpool have a 37-man squad for their tour of Thailand and Singapore. Here it is:

Adrian, Alexander-Arnold, Alisson, Bajcetic, Carvalho, Chambers, Clark, Clarkson, H. Davies, Diaz, Elliott, Fabinho, Firmino, Frauendorf, Gomez, Henderson, Hill, Jones, Jota, Keita, Konate, Mabaya, Matip, Milner, Morton, Mrozek, Norris, Nunez, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Phillips, Robertson, Salah, Thiago, Tsimikas, Van den Berg, Van Dijk, R. Williams.

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has expressed his pleasure at being in the Far East and is looking forward to facing Manchester United in two days’ time.

He said: “Thank you very much for the warm welcome. I know how passionate the fans here are. We’re very happy to be here and see everyone. Hopefully you enjoy the game on Tuesday.”

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Jurgen Klopp was asked in his press conference what he was expecting from next season.

He said: “A good season. We have space for improvement, we can always do better and that’s what we will try.”

Jurgen Klopp has revealed that this is his first proper trip to Thailand, having once previously passed through on a connection to Sydney, Australia.

He said: “Thank you very much for the really warm welcome we received already. It’s really nice. It’s my first proper time in Thailand and I’ve heard so many good things about it.”We look forward to the game obviously, and to have some time to spend in the city. We are here for all of you and we hope we can have a good time together, and tie the knot between us and our supporters here in Thailand a little bit more.”

The host of Liverpool’s press conference says to Jurgen Klopp: “Welcome to Thailand.”

Klopp responds by saying: “First question I have. Did it look like this here yesterday when Manchester was here as well?”

Cue laughter, but that throws the host who has no response!

No sooner have Liverpool arrived in Bangkok, Jurgen Klopp is straight into a press conference at the airport.

The Reds’ boss has already been presented with a hand-crafted ball featuring the faces of Liverpool players on it. Klopp checks the ball to see who’s on it. There’s no James Milner, which is a bit awkward because he has joined Klopp for the press conference!

After a long flight, Liverpool’s squad has finally arrived in Bangkok. And if the players were thinking about quietly sloping off to the hotel for a rest, fanatical supporters had other ideas!

It seems that Liverpool will not be facing wantaway star Ronaldo when they come up against Manchester United in Thailand on Tuesday. Both clubs have travelled to the Far East for the pre-season match-up in Bangkok but the global superstar is a glaring omission from United’s 31-man squad.

The official line from the club is that the Portuguese international has been given extra time off to deal with a ‘family issue’, but it remains to be seen whether he will join up with the squad at a later point… or indeed ever again!

Sadio Mane has revealed the welcoming nature of Munich’s citizens played a key role in his decision to leave Liverpool for Bayern this summer.

Mane has now linked up with his new team-mates ahead of the 2022/23 season and recently participated in his very first training session as a Bayern player. After being put through his paces at the club’s Säbener Strasse complex, the 30-year-old shed further light on his decision to sign for the reigning Bundesliga champions.

Speaking to FCBayern.TV, he said: “When I lived in Salzburg, I used to come to Munich regularly. The people are very respectful and nice. This really impressed me and is important for me. The people have welcomed me, especially here in the club, which has given me extra motivation.”

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