Jurgen Klopp reveals there's no change on Emre Can's contract situation

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Liverpool's Sadio Mane celebrates scoring his side's third goal with team mates Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino during the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 First Leg match between FC Porto and Liverpool at Estadio do Dragao on February 14, 2018 in Porto, Portugal. We are in talks with him and it's all good so far, apart from him signing a contract for us, that's all.

Manchester City have stormed their way to the title this year and are 19 points ahead of second-placed Manchester United with just one game to play.

It has been an excellent season for Jurgen Klopp's side with Liverpool on the brink of another top-four Premier League finish and a Champions League final to look forward to in a couple of weeks.

"The season now for most of the teams in the league is a nice time but for us it is work".

"All the awards around are really deserved but hopefully the last one was yesterday and now it is about playing the game on Sunday".

Klopp also offered an update on Emre Can's recovery from a back injury and revealed that the midfielder is still undergoing his rehabilitation so won't play any part in the game against Brighton.

"You would have known if we had agreed anything".

"For sure it feels to me like we have improved from last season, even if we had a few results that weren't as good as they could have been".

"There's not much I can say about what he does "on the pitch" that you guys haven't already seen and written about", Klopp wrote, and had read out by someone attending the ceremony.

Since Buvac's surprise exit, the Reds have lost successive games in the Champions League at Roma and in the Premier League at Chelsea. "That is what we are working for, that is what we want".

Brighton are available at [19.0] but there is a reason why the visitors are trading at such big odds.

"Nobody told me it would have helped to come off but now he's out for the rest of the season and the World Cup so it's really hard for him". After all, Liverpool only need a point, due to their superior goal difference compared to Chelsea, and have been held seven times at home this season.

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