After Chelsea’s draw, Jürgen Klopp makes major admission

Arsenal have overtaken Liverpool as Manchester City's primary Premier League title adversary as they pursue their first championship since the 2003–04 season.

If Liverpool experiences another season as difficult as the 2022–23 campaign, manager Jürgen Klopp has suggested that he may leave Anfield.

Throughout the past five seasons, the Reds have been Manchester City’s primary Premier League title challengers; however, they have had a challenging season and are now seven points outside of the top four.

Arsenal has benefited from Liverpool’s deterioration in performance and now leads City by eight points going into the last nine games of the season.

This Saturday, Mikel Arteta’s team plays the Merseyside team at Anfield, but they haven’t defeated the Reds away from home in almost ten years.

With a victory over the Reds, according to, Arsenal may make significant progress towards winning their first Premier League championship in 19 years.

In their Tuesday night 0-0 draw with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, Liverpool made a number of substitutions.

With Virgil van Dijk out due to illness, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Andrew Robertson, and Mohamed Salah were all left off the starting lineup.

Gary Neville reportedly predicted that Arsenal would pose issues for the Reds if they gave up as many opportunities against Chelsea as they did against the Dutchman, while Klopp acknowledged the Dutchman might be in contention to play the league leaders on Sunday.

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