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Klopp and Liverpool have already lost two players in the month of January but look as if they’re done with players on the way out. This, after stopping the transfer of Divock Origi to Wolves.

Some of Liverpool’s stars or players with world-class are feeling the boredom of sitting on the sideline. It’s been extremely hard for players such as Daniel Sturridge, Divock Origi, and others to get game time or a string of starts.

To get in the team ahead of any of the front three for Liverpool has been a near impossible task. With all of them always finding form at crucial times in each campaign, players on the bench have only seen time on the pitch, if an injury occurred. With them out of two of the four tournaments they compete in, chances are even less again.One can’t argue with Klopp’s decision to continue to do such, as the Reds performances and league position speaks for itself, and speaks volumes may I add. If they were not gathering the points or getting the right results. Then surely the manager is right by not making any personnel changes to the starting 11 on more frequent bases.

Klopp’s style and way of working with his squad are done by giving any and all a chance. If they take the opportunities, they get their stay. If they don’t they must either be prepared to wait or think about moving on. Klopp allows it all.However, the manager got dismissed and the player never reached the promising potential he showcased at that 2014 World Cup. His best performances as a striker by far. Origi was offloaded in a loan spell to Wolfsburg the season afore this one.

After returning to Anfield, it hasn’t been easy for Divock. Although… The striker’s first chance to make a difference in Liverpool’s title-challenging campaign was something that went down in the Reds’ history books. Scoring the only goal in the dying seconds of extra time in the Merseyside derby formed part of the Reds flawless December.

Since the inception of the season, many clubs have been aware of the frontman’s situation at the club. Wolves being the most noticeable of all. After scoring against them in the Wanderers’ FA Cup victory, the feelings and links between Origi and Wolves resurfaced.He’s not for sale… Yet!

Still trying to make sense of the loan move of Nathaniel Clyne to Bournemouth but the transfer on Dominic Solanke makes all the sense in the world. Even to the extent, Liverpool has now stated that Divock Origi is not for sale and is still in the plans. Letting go of another target man is not smart, just like the Clyne transfer and using Milner and Fabinho as a fullback.

Divock has scored twice and assisted once in the time he’s played. This expresses the man’s importance to the club. Sturridge, as we know, is just an injury risk or a walking injury. The Reds have to keep the Belgian in the ranks.

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Daniel Sturridge is considering a lucrative move to Major League Soccer in the United States after failing to be offered a new contract with Liverpool.

The striker has entered the final six months of his contract at Anfield and can talk to foreign clubs to discuss his future beyond the end of the season

And, according to The Sun, MLS clubs have shown interest in signing the 29-year-old.Sturridge, who has made 18 appearances this season and scored four times, has fallen down the pecking order since Jurgen Klopp’s appointment as Liverpool manager, and he is now behind the likes of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane and Xherdan Shaqiri for the attacking positions.

The current Premier League leaders signed Sturridge from Chelsea for £12million in January 2013.It was the following season in which he enjoyed his most prolific campaign to date, netting 24 times and creating a formidable partnership with Luis Suarez to lead a surprise Liverpool title charge, where they would eventually finish runners-up to Manchester City.

However, a series of injuries have plagued his time at Liverpool and he has only played 20 or more league games for the club twice in seven years.

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In every title-winning team there is a player whose crucial contribution is largely overlooked by the wider public. A subtle operator among the standout performers who generates few headlines and even fewer accolades. But the fans love him, as does the manager, because they know without him there would be no success, no glory, no shiny silver trophy in the middle of May.

It is too early to decide who that figure is in Liverpool’s current side, mainly because it is too early to say for sure that Liverpool are going to win the title. But ahead of Thursday’s potentially pivotal game against Manchester City there is, it feels, a standout candidate. He has featured in all but one of the leaders’ league fixtures this season and been central, literally as well as figuratively, to everything that has gone right for Jürgen Klopp’s side. Yet praise has not come his way, certainly not compared to that which has been received by many others in red. He is the near-invisible man in English football’s most striking team right now and his name is Georginio Wijnaldum.Put simply, without Wijnaldum there would be no unbeaten run, no string of clean sheets and no stream of goals for the current pace-setters. He more than anyone has stitched together Liverpool’s excellent defence with their excellent attack and is a certainty to face City in the Merseyside club’s biggest game since May’s Champions League final. Klopp confirmed as much by substituting the Dutchman with 12 minutes of Saturday’s 5-1 victory over Arsenal remaining. It was a clear case of “rest up for Thursday, Gini” after yet another superb display from Liverpool’s No 5, and as he departed from the pitch there came a standing ovation from the home crowd, followed by a blast of the Wijnaldum song. They’ve been singing it for some time at Anfield.

It has not been easy for Wijnaldum since he joined Liverpool from Newcastle for £25m in July 2016. Indeed, there was a level of scepticism to his very arrival given the player’s generally underwhelming displays for a Newcastle team that were relegated during his one season on Tyneside. He scored 11 goals in 38 league appearances, an average total for an international attacking midfielder, and particularly so given all of those goals came at home, with four arriving in one game – against Norwich.

But that did not deter Klopp, primarily because he recognised there was more to Wijnaldum than meets the eye. “He can play a few positions and players that come through the Dutch system usually have a good tactical understanding,” he said upon acquiring the player, and increasingly the 28-year-old has vindicated his manager’s belief in what he can provide the team.Under Klopp, Wijnaldum has operated in both a two-man and three-man midfield, most often as a playmaker but also, on occasion, in a purely defensive role. The emphasis has shifted from scoring goals to providing and preventing them as required in a system underpinned by hard-running and aggressive counterpressing. It’s a lot to take in and, understandably, Wijnaldum initially struggled to adapt. But as his displays this season have shown, Klopp was right to believe that the man who captained PSV Eindhoven to the Eredivisie title in 2015 had the required aggression, stamina, work-rate, discipline, assurance in possession and all-round football intelligence to do so.Wijnaldum has completed 90 minutes for Liverpool on 18 occasions this season, including five of their six Champions League games. The only league game he has not been involved in was the 3-1 victory over Burnley last month and that was as part of a host of changes made by Klopp in order to keep his key men as fresh as possible. Practically ever present, the Netherlands international is also Liverpool’s best midfield performer in a number of notable areas, including most completed passes (906) and most completed dribbles (12 out of 19), showing his ability to not only keep Liverpool’s attacking momentum’s ticking over but also drive it forward.

“Gini can switch from one mindset to the other and that is pretty good for us,” said Klopp of the player in August before going onto describe him as “outstanding” in the win over Arsenal, Liverpool’s eighth in succession in all competitions. He certainly was and what makes Wijnaldum’s form throughout the season especially noteworthy is he came into it with his place in the side under threat following the summer arrivals of Naby Keïta and Fabinho. His game-time and influence on Liverpool was meant to reduce but instead it has grown to the point where he is the most reliable, consistent and versatile midfielder for the team leading the way.

And now for City. Wijnaldum will almost certainly find himself operating in a three-man midfield and tasked with putting pressure on those in blue when they have the ball – specifically the two Silvas, David and Bernardo – and then, when possession is overturned, getting Liverpool’s front three on the front foot as quickly as possible. Disrupt, distribute, run and rotate; instructions Wijnaldum has been following to a tee for some months now. About time more people noticed.