Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool boss, wants Dejan Lovren to remain at Anfield.
Dejan Lovren is now expected to remain at Premier League giants Liverpool, He has been heavily linked with a move to AC Milan this summer.
But Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp wants the defender to remain with the Reds Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren will now have to remain at the club after manager Jurgen Klopp reportedly decided not to sell the Croatia international this summer. The 29-year-old has been linked with a move to AC Milan, but according to the report by Sky Sports, Liverpool are not interested in selling him. Lovren was firmly behind Virgil van Dijk and Joel Matip in the Liverpool pecking order last season and made only 11 Premier League starts. CLICK HERE TO SEE FULL VIDEO
Last season, Dejan Lovren failed to make any appearance for Liverpool in the Champions League despite being at the forefront of the celebrations after win over Spurs. With Joe Gomez fit again, he could be further out of favor when the 2019-20 campaign gets underway but Klopp is reportedly keen to keep him. Dejan Lovren moved to Liverpool from Southampton in July 2014 after threatening to go on strike to force through a transfer. Since making the switch, he has made 170 appearances in all competitions over five seasons.
Dejan Lovren was banned for one international game by UEFA because of the comment he made on social media. In November last year, 2018 World Cup runners up Croatia defeated Spain in Nations League match in which Dejan Lovren made some statement after the encounter. He bragged about elbowing Real Madrid captain in the encounter and also insulted the Spanish national men’s senior team after the crucial match. ALSO SEE: LIONEL MESSI SAY’S ARGENTINA DESERVE THE CUP

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