Klopp: We Don't Need Hart

The England global, on a season-long loan at Torino, has no future under Pep Guardiola and will not be offered a Premier League return via Anfield.

Loris Karius, who was bought at the start of the season was Klopp's number one choice initially, but he too failed to impress.

The Liverpool manager is also satisfied with his options in reserve, with Wales worldwide Danny Ward impressing on loan at Huddersfield Town and youngsters Kamil Grabara and Caoimhin Kelleher training regularly at Melwood.

After another positive performance against Leicester City's Under-23s on Monday, Klopp says the 19-year-old could be an option.

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"We are a good defending team, the highest level defending team, but at the end we still concede goals from different situations".

"At this moment he can not really train so we have to wait for this, that was the plan from the beginning".

"We already have two strong goalkeepers and [Danny] Ward is at Huddersfield playing a brilliant season".

"What I can say is that we really need all our passion in a situation like this", Klopp said.

"Asked whether Henderson's campaign could be over, Klopp added: "I don't know, we will see".

"He looks really healthy but he can not play football and that is the situation at the moment". I think we will agree something.

The German was appointed as Anfield boss in October 2015 and signed a new six-year contract last summer.

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Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva would love to extend his stay at the club as he waits until the end of the season for contract talks.

"It wouldn't be right for me to talk about this with five games to go when we have a lot to play for".

But Liverpool's attack presents problems for any team and Palace will be without one of their best defenders in Mamadou Sakho, who is ineligible to because he is on loan at Palace from Liverpool. Small problem with Ragnar Klavan, could be also not enough time.

Liverpool's pursuit of the top four continues this weekend, but Jurgen Klopp has yet more injuries to contend with.

  • Julie Sanders