Klavan is due in Italy on Friday to complete the deal and have a medical.
"Some of us have been operating at a very high level for many years, not sure Klopp can say the same".
"No player would leave if I did not allow it".
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Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan meets with Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani in Ankara , Turkey August 15, 2018. Turkey's exports to the United States a year ago amounted to $8.7 billion, making it Turkey's fifth-largest export market.
"I'm not going to highlight this again", he said. "That's how it is".
"No [there's no target], it's about the situation". Dejan is still injured but we have Matt Phillips and Fabinho can play the position as well, if we need. So, can we give him the opportunity if he wants to leave? Is there an offer or not?
"The transfer window closed in England and the whole of the world - the whole of Europe at least - was waiting for that moment and they start now trying dumping (lower) prices to get good football players".
Mourinho: Wait to see if Man Utd can contend
United were interested in signing Raphael Varane of Real Madrid and were looking to splash over £100m for the World Cup victor . I haven't won the Premier League , I haven't won the Champions League, I haven't won the Euros so there are more to win.
"I think he is going to bring more to the attack than the defensive side and what he does is that he provides another dynamic".
As Virgil van Dijk settles into the role as first-choice centre-half at Anfield, with only Joe Gomez the only other recognised fit defender now at Liverpool's disposal, the news that World Cup finalist Dejan Lovren is set for another month out with a stomach issue has sent a shudder down many a Liverpudlian spine with the possibility of Matip making a return to the first XI.
"We were never in doubt about Joe in his ability to play centre-half, but he needed time", Klopp told reporters.
"He had a big injury".
Argentina Abortion Bill: Country Braces for Historic Vote to Legalize Abortion
Senate lawmakers voted 38 to 31 against the measure, which would have allowed abortion for the first 14 weeks of pregnancy. Speaking during the debate, conservative Senator Marta Varela welcomed the mobilization of anti-abortion campaigners.
"We need to stay positive, very good, but stay angry as well".