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 By David Usher

Jurgen Klopp must address Liverpool's lack of top-class talent this summer

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson questions whether Yacine Brahimi would be a smart move financially and tactically for Liverpool.

It promises to be another busy summer at Anfield as Liverpool look to put the disappointment of an eighth-placed Premier League finish and last week's Europa League Final loss behind them and build for next season.

Manager Jurgen Klopp already has three new players on board and that's barely even scratched the surface of what he needs, particularly with as many as a dozen senior squad players expected to depart. Goalkeeper Loris Karius this week joined defender Joel Matip and midfielder Marko...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: Mourinho confirmed by Man United, Ronaldo eyes UCL win

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner does not feel Manchester United will immediately be league favourites under Jose Mourinho.

Here are the latest stories from Friday.

MANCHESTER UNITED: Manchester United have announced that former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has become their new manager. He has signed a three-year contract with the option for a further year.

- Mourinho said that he wants to "forget the past three years" that Manchester United have suffered, in his first interview since being appointed as the club's manager.

- Miguel Delaney gives the inside track on how Mourinho landed the job and what's next. ESPN FC...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: Ibrahimovic 'future is already written,' praises Mourinho

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been heavily linked with a move away from France, but just who is the Swedish target man?
Carlo Ancelotti says Jose Mourinho is a winner and would be a good match for Manchester United.
ESPN FC's Stewart Robson is a bit wary whether or not Jose Mourinho will fit in to Man United.

Here are the latest stories from Thursday.

MANCHESTER UNITED: Zlatan Ibrahimovic has said he has decided where his future lies but refused to confirm whether he is joining Manchester United. "It's not a difficult choice, I know what I want," he said. "The future is already written. I have made my choice." He went on to add: "You want action you bring Mourinho. I believe he is the man to bring them back to the top."

- Cristiano Ronaldo said that he has been "hurt" by Manchester...

 By Tony Evans

Hero worship of Jurgen Klopp does him -- and Liverpool -- a disservice

Kenny Dalglish says everyone at Liverpool is behind Jurgen Klopp, despite Liverpool's two losses in cup finals this season.

It might be time to revive "Being Liverpool." The much-derided behind-the-scenes-at-Anfield television series was conceived and created four years ago, the last time Liverpool reached two cup finals. It failed because the central character, Brendan Rodgers, came across as a smug spouter of clichés and management-speak. His sidekick, the risible managing director Ian Ayre, posed on a motorbike. It was the wrong vehicle: This was car-crash TV.

There is a genuine superstar at Anfield now. Jurgen...

 By Steven Kelly

Liverpool pain at Europa League heartache will eventually pass

Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish says Jurgen Klopp has Liverpool heading in the right direction.

"This too shall pass," is an old saying, a straw many Liverpool fans have clutched since the 3-1 defeat to Sevilla in last Wednesday's Europa League final.

There are plenty of straws being clutched right now. "This will only make them stronger," goes one such cliché. "Now Jurgen Klopp knows exactly what he needs to do," runs another.

There was immense criticism for the Reds last week, and the manager certainly didn't escape unscathed. He seemed to spend a bit too much time trying to rally the...

 By David Usher

Jurgen Klopp lacks leaders at Liverpool after Europa League heartache

The ESPN FC crew discuss who could be leaving Liverpool following their Europa League disappointment.

After their bitterly disappointing 3-1 defeat to Sevilla in Wednesday's Europa League final, Liverpool are now in danger of becoming English football's "nearly men".

That's a tag that is never easy to shake. The more games you lose when the stakes are high, the harder they become to win. Liverpool have done well to put themselves in position to win trophies over the last few seasons, but they keep coming up short and with each failure, the pressure increases when the next opportunity comes along.