I don’t know if Liverpool will finish in top four – Klopp
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has said he is unsure of the position they will finish this season in.
Klopp was speaking after their 6-1 win over Leeds on Monday.
The Germans hailed it as their best performance of the season.
The Reds, hoping to spark a late push for an unlikely top-four finish, had failed to score against a bottom-six side in their last six attempts.
But the former champions put up a show at Elland Road against their relegation-threatened opponents.
The result moves them to within six points of Tottenham in the fifth, with a game in hand.
Klopp told Sky Sports: “Where will we end up? I don’t know. But it will go on after the season.
“That’s why we need all the results and performances to build on and understand, so we can build something new, something slightly different.”
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