Liverpool round-up: Jurgen Klopp angry with FA over Jordan Rossiter injury

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Liverpool fans, hello and welcome.

The week is almost over but the gravy train of breaking news and information never really grinds to a halt.

Today we’ve got plenty of interesting topics to mull over. Read on below for more and watch the video above if you’re just downright lazy.

Klopp's Rossiter fury

Jurgen Klopp is eagerly anticipating his home debut as Liverpool boss, but he’s still found something to be angry about following the recent international break.

Youngster Jordan Rossiter returned from England U19 duty with a hamstring injury after playing three games in five days, and Klopp has reacted in a way that suggests he is far from happy.

The German coach said he would be finding someone from the FA to talk to about it, saying that it was ‘not okay’ that young players be handled like horses.

Awkward question time

Meanwhile, Klopp was also fairly fiery in his latest press conference, snapping at a journalist who asked Lucas Leiva what his new manager was like as a boss and a man.

Lucas squirmed uncomfortably before Klopp stepped in, telling the player he didn’t need to answer the question. Moral of the story? Don’t mess with Klopp.

Neves scouting trip

Last but not least, the latest transfer news suggests the Reds are continuing to pursue FC Porto youngster Ruben Neves.

New reports say that Liverpool sent scouts once again to watch him in the Champions League earlier this week and have already made an informal approach for his services.

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