Liverpool's Ragnar Klavan set for £2m Cagliari move

Liverpool's Ragnar Klavan set for £2m Cagliari move

Liverpool's Ragnar Klavan set for £2m Cagliari move

The German recently blasted Ramos for injuring Mohamed Salah and colliding with goalkeeper Loris Karius during Liverpool's 3-1 Champions League final defeat by Real in May.

'It was a victory that we had been looking for a long time, I am very happy, ' he said after the game.

Soon after, Klopp talked of the Andalusian's "ruthless and brutal" actions on the pitch and just last week brought up Ramos apparent unsporting dive to get Juventus' Juan Cuadrado sent off in the 2017 Champions League final. "Let Klopp worry about his own players".

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Klopp was happy with everything he saw at Anfield but is not getting carried away after 90 minutes of a 38-game season.

Simon Mignolet, Lazar Markovic, Sheyi Ojo, Marko Grujic and Dominic Solanke might all attract interest, but although Klopp expects teams from around the continent to try and take advantage of the Premier League's truncated window he will not be forced into any poor deals.

Klavan has never established himself as a first-choice at Liverpool but has made more than 50 appearances since joining from Augsburg in the summer of 2016. If, if he leaves, then I said yes to it.

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On Klavan, Klopp added: 'No player would leave this club if I didn't allow it.

And he become the first ever Estonian to score a Premier League goal when he got the victor against Burnley earlier this year.

"The team has evolved and we're moving forward all the time but I think it is time we got over the line and won a piece of silverware". I want to have a very good squad together, the more players the better. "We're at Liverpool. It's a massive club where expectations are always high because there is a great history of winning things here".

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"It was ruthless. I don't think Mo would have always got injured in that situation, this time it was unlucky, but it is an experience that we can not have".

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