Jurgen Klopp says he likes Liverpool and Tottenham-linked Pulisic

Jurgen Klopp says he likes Liverpool and Tottenham-linked Pulisic

Jurgen Klopp says he likes Liverpool and Tottenham-linked Pulisic

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah sat out of the defeat, having only returned from holiday on Friday, but observed from the sideline at Bank of America Stadium alongside Sadio Mane.

Christian Pulisic scored twice to rally Borussia Dortmund to a 3-1 win over Liverpool on Sunday, handing Jurgen Klopp's side a first defeat of the preseason.

Liverpool had a €13 million bid rejected for Pulisic back in August 2016 and, although Klopp believes the 19-year-old is still unavailable for a transfer, he admits he remains a fan of the US global.

"It's not the same injury", he told a news conference. It's another muscle - it looks like, hopefully, only a little tear.

'We will see, but we can not say anymore it now.

'Whatever it is that's happening in your life to hold this much anger and hate, I pray it passes and good things come to you'.

"If he wants to play in England one day or whatever and he, for sure, has the chance to do so".

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"If he joined us, I don't know, I like him, but we respect contracts and there's no market I know about him".

Pulisic nearly completed the hat trick in the 93rd minute but his blast from in close was stopped and the rebound went to teammate Jacob Bruun Larsen who deposited it into the empty net as Dortmund improved to 2-0 in the 18-team pre-season tournament.

If that wasn't enough, Pulisic was also directly involved in the game-clinching goal in added time.

"We did our business and Dortmund did theirs".

The central defender endured a hard campaign with injuries last term and only recently returned to full first-team training with the squad. There are a lot of things we need to improve but it's pre-season and we have worked hard to improve other aspects of our game, so it's bit of a pity that we lose in the last five minutes of the game.

"On a day like this you have to stay strong and show desire, greed to keep going".

Milner's cross was then headed wide by Dominic Solanke as Liverpool, who had been unbeaten in pre-season, continued to push for a decisive second goal.

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