Klopp expects adapting Keita to be more influential at Liverpool

At 16 years old he has a lot to learn, but Monday's game will be the ideal stage for Hoever to showcase his talent.

"But could he be a bit more confident in the games? Yes".

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has thrown his support behind Naby Keita, stressing the "outstanding" midfielder just needs more time to settle in at Anfield.

Arsenal will host Manchester United in the fourth round of the FA Cup after the draw was held following Wolves' 2-1 win against Liverpool on Monday night that sees Jurgen Klopp's team exit the competition.

Adam Lallana is set to play, while Daniel Sturridge and Divock Origi could also be given a run out, said the report. Make sure you live stream their latest silverware effort by scrolling down.

"But he is a fantastic player and I'm really happy to have him here".

Liverpool claimed it had gone in, but goalline technology showed that a tiny portion of the ball - just 1.12cm according to Premier League statistics - hadn't crossed the line, meaning the decision to play on was correct.

"But everybody saw not only at the beginning of the season, how brilliant he played in the first part". It's unbelievable. It was close in the last game whether we started him or not.

"We made a change around the PSG game, I don't know when exactly, and the boys have to deal with it. There is really, really no doubt about the boy, he is an outstanding player".

"Joe and Joel look good - obviously not good enough for Monday, not good enough I would say for the game after that, for Brighton, [but] hopefully then they are at least in full team training". But then losing narrowly to the likes of Chelsea, PSG and Napoli isn't really a concern, especially when the League Cup would have been low on the club's priorities this season and they still achieved their aim of qualifying for the Champions League knock-out phase. "This is a good prospect for the coming months and years". "(He's) a player who would play four games a day if he could because of his desire to play football.