Liverpool daily: 7 biggest stories from top sources in 5 minutes
? Jurgen Klopp insists all transfer decisions were made long ago: "The Champions League final had absolutely nothing to do with our transfer business. Everything was already fixed and clear what we wanted. All decisions were made to that point already." (Goal)
? The boss brings latest team news ahead of the West Ham clash. Alisson, Naby Keita and Xherdan Shaqiri are ready for their debuts but Fabinho is a doubt. James Milner is likely to play despite 15 stitches from a Napoli friendly. Trent Alexander-Arnold and Jordan Henderson (rest) are in question. It is also not clear about Joe Gomez, Ragnar Klavan and Joel Matip (injuries). (Liverpool FC)
? Keita reveals details about his relationship with Sturridge and more: "It’s like with all players, you develop a good understanding on the pitch and I’ve certainly done that with Dan. It’s the same with everybody, but I’m very happy when I get the opportunity to play together with Dan Sturridge." (Liverpool FC)
? Alisson wants to follow Salah's steps to make Liverpool and all the fans feel that buying him was worth it and more: "I know that Salah was (thought) a good deal for Roma, but now people say it is a good deal for Liverpool. I want to work hard to ensure that yes, people say they paid a (bargain) price for me too, eventually." (Mirror)
⏱️ Mignolet's representative Nico Vaesen reveals that Liverpool's goalie is very much interested in the Napoli move but the club haven't made a move yet and they are running out of time: "Napoli have enquired about the player on several occasions now in previous transfer windows. There's no confirmation of a move to Napoli, though, and we'll have to wait to see if in the next few days they make an offer. (Liverpool Echo)
? Dejan Lovren unveils the details of his injury and why he did NOT inform Liverpool about it: "I haven’t trained since I returned from holiday. I can't. I'll reassess things after seeing the doctor in Netherlands. I have to deal with that for now and believe it will be OK. I hoped it would pass during my holiday, but it didn't." (Sportske novosti via Goal)
? Alisson could have hung his gloves aged 15 as he constantly lost a competition to his peers, the Internacional goalkeeping coach Daniel Pavan has revealed.