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Hear is Jurgen Klopp’s answer when asked by a fan if Jude Bellingham will join Liverpool



Liverpool continue to chase Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham and one fan has taken matters into his own hands to find out the latest news

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp’s reaction was priceless when he ran into a fan asking if his club would sign Jude Bellingham.

The Borussia Dortmund midfielder is Liverpool’s main market target for the summer period. After a string of high-profile appearances in the Bundesliga, Champions League and international duty with England, the 19-year-old has become one of Europe’s most in-demand players.

Bellingham has also been linked with Real Madrid, Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain. Reds fans are clamoring for the signing of the midfielder, who has previously been compared to iconic captain Steven Gerrard. Before their enthralling 2-2 draw against Arsenal, the Liverpool squad embarked on a pre-match walk around the harbour. With eager fans waiting to get a glimpse of their heroes, one fan has been looking for an exclusive view of the Liverpool boss.

In a TikTok clip, sourced from an account called osharmonka, a Reds fan, wearing a Liverpool ‘Bellingham 8’ shirt, can be heard asking: ‘Bellingham is it coming?

@osjarmonka Do your job TikTok! #judebellingham #lfc #bellingham #anfield #arsenal #dortmund #fyp ♬ original sound – Oskaretard

There is no audible reaction from Klopp, but the video continues to show the 55-year-old in high spirits after walking past.

Also in the video, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Jordan Henderson are seen looking at the fan before turning to each other as the Liverpool skipper gives a wry smile.

“You’ve heard of Jude, that’s a different topic,” Klopp said earlier when asked about Bellingham. “It always makes things more difficult in general. We are still Liverpool, a big club. It’s not that we can’t do anything, we will have transfer problems.

“We have to do it, it’s 100 per cent clear that we have to make changes this summer, it’s clear that everyone knows it’s going to happen.

“In the end, how much? It’s not exactly in my hands what we can do, but we are in constant talks and everyone knows exactly what we need.”


Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta’s honest admission about Roberto Firmino’s Liverpool equaliser

The Gunners boss reflected on the enthralling draw at Anfield by conceding 2-2 was probably a fair result despite the fact his Arsenal side boasted a 2-0 lead early on

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta could do little more than suggest Liverpool were well worth their last-gasp equaliser at Anfield despite the fact the Gunners boasted a 2-0 lead at one stage.

Goals from Brazilian duo Gabriel Martinelli and Gabriel Jesus sparked wild celebrations from the travelling Gunners faithful, but those same celebrations were to be cut short in brutal fashion before the full-time whistle. Mohamed Salah started the fight back after bundling home his effort from close range just before the interval.

The Egyptian international was then handed a glorious chance to net a brace, but fired his penalty the wrong side of the post. Thankfully for Salah, his blushes were spared by team-mate Roberto Firmino, who rose highest with just minutes to spare to head home his 11th goal against the Gunners. If it hadn’t been for two superb saves from Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale, Arteta’s side could have made the long journey back to north London without even a point to show for their efforts .

A 2-2 draw means Arsenal’s advantage at the top of the table is reduced to six points, while closest challengers and defending champions Manchester City have also played one less game. The two teams will meet at the Etihad later this month in what promises to be a title showdown for the ages.

After the draw at Anfield, Arteta tried to sum up the feeling in the Arsenal dressing room as he lamented the way the Gunners gave up their lead while conceding Liverpool could have inflicted further damage.

“When you concede at the end it’s always two points lost because you have it and you suffer at times,” said the Arsenal boss.

“The feeling is ‘Ah, we should have done this.’ But if we’re honest with ourselves, they had four goals and we should have done better in the second half.”

“In the second half it was a completely different story. We gave away every ball, especially in danger zones, allowing for dangerous results and great transition moments against the best team in the world.”

He continued: “If you look at both halves, it’s probably a fair result. You have to accept it. The big lesson is probably to play like we did in the first half.

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