The Reds’ defensive struggles were put on show once again last night during their Champions League tie against Sevilla. Jurgen Klopp’s side were sloppy at the back and drew 2-2 with their Spanish opponents despite leading the game with just 15 minutes remaining. That result came off the back of their 5-0 thumping at Manchester City last Saturday and Klopp’s defenders are coming in for plenty of criticism.
The German ace has fallen down the pecking order at Bayern Munich with new loan signing James Rodriguez getting the nod. Muller recently revealed that he was interested in moving to England a couple of years ago but decided to stay put at Bayern. The Sun claim the 28-year-old has now accepted that may need a new challenge to help revive his career. And it is said that the forward is keen to move to Old Trafford.
The Dutch centre-back handed in a transfer request during the summer amid strong interest from Liverpool and other top Premier League clubs. Van Dijk has not featured for Saints this season due to the uncertainty over his future and has not played competitively since suffering a foot injury against Leicester in January. He was selected for Southampton Under-23’s 4-0 defeat to Aston Villa on Monday night and could now face Crystal Palace on Saturday as he attempts to get his career back on track.
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Selecting a term
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