24th February 2017
Jürgen Klopp does not expect Liverpool to come up against a vastly different Leicester City outfit on Monday, despite the departure of manager Claudio Ranieri earlier this week.
The Premier League champions sit just a point outside the relegation zone having lost their last five outings in the English top-flight, and opted to part ways with the Italian on Thursday as a result.
The removal of Ranieri comes in time for the Reds’ trip to the King Power Stadium, but Klopp believes the change has come too late to significantly impact preparations for that game.
When asked about the possibility of the Foxes posing an entirely new threat, the German told reporters: “After the press conference, we will have our opposition meeting, so we will see how our scouts react on this.
“[First] game without Ranieri, I don’t think they will change it, I am not sure. Probably the two assistants will [take charge], so that’s not a change, it’s only a little different situation.
“Of course, probably the players have to show a few things and they want to – and our job is to not let them, that’s difficult enough. Things I can’t have influence on, I cannot really think about.
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