James Milner: 'Mohamed Salah not a one-season wonder'

Mourinho Klopp has to deliver after spending spree

PREMIER LEAGUE Mourinho Klopp has to deliver after spending spree Getty Images

"You have to say the team, with the investments not just this season, last season, that you made in January, that you make now, because that will probably be the record for the Premier League this season, I can't see anyone else getting close to spending what they have".

"Obviously there is pressure when you've had one good year to deliver again", said the former England midfielder.

"It has been a hard week with a long flight, jet lag, but at the end of the week I can say we have worked well, and we have played a good match for 60 minutes".

Pundits across the world have started making their predictions for the season and majority have a different view. "They are favourites to win the Premier League and arguably now looking across Europe some of the big teams are anxious".

The Reds' starts and finishes have been too poor for a side looking to challenge for the Premier League title, as they've either started the season looking seriously unprepared or ended it blowing hot and cold. "He's more than capable of doing that".

Gunners fans will get their first glimpses of new signing Sokratis and Lucas Torreira, who both joined the club this summer.

"I was never anxious, personally".

"Danny should go. At the end of the day in my opinion, Danny's a good Premier League player".

Asked what will represent a successful season for his side, Klopp added: 'Improvement, development, using our football last season as a basis and make the next steps. It's not easy at this moment because we are without 12 players from the World Cup.

Salah, who scored 44 goals for Liverpool last term, struggled through Egypt's brief World Cup campaign but scored the equaliser against City, less than a minute after coming on from the bench.

"You saw the difference when Sadio came on".

"Ten has always been my lucky number, so I'm happy to take it this season", said Mane. "They have brought Riyad Mahrez in and I feel like they may do some more business but they are the team to catch".

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