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Napoli manager Ancelotti hails Liverpool ahead of Wednesday’s clash

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp during the press conference REUTERS  Ciro De Luca

Liverpool face City next in the Premier League in another top-of-the-table clash.

The question of his relationship with his players was put to Klopp during a news conference on Tuesday to preview Liverpool's Champions League group-stage match at Napoli, but he believed an answer to it could easily be constructed as his view on the current events at Old Trafford.

Attack: Mohamed Salah has failed to hit the heights of last season so far this campaign and he was substituted midway through the second half against Chelsea but the Egyptian global is still one of Liverpool's most important players and I think he'll retain his spot against Napoli.

"I like Carlo, I respect him a lot", Klopp told reporters.

Liverpool will look to maintain their flying start to the Champions League by winning in Naples on Wednesday night and build on their superb 3-2 win over Paris Saint-Germain last month. As we say in Germany, "He is obviously a smart fox". Saying all these nice things about me, but it is tactics already. "I am here to be ready for a real battle and stuff like that".

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"Kassai reminds me of a bad memory for my former team and I am surprised by this appointment", said Ancelotti.

And Red fans were extremely expeditious to take to Twitter to proclaim their delight at the centre-back slotting right back in to the Liverpool back-line in what is set to be Jurgen Klopp's sternest test of the season so far. He's a fantastic guy, he was a world-class player and he's a world-class manager. "He's still here - that would be nice [to meet again]", Klopp added.

The Hungarian referee showed Arturo Vidal a controversial red card and then allowed two Real goals to stand despite replays showing both were offside. I understand why I was not happy but the reaction was too much - I watched two games from the stands, one against Arsenal at home and I don't know the other one. He wants to try to bring the very nice fella out of me.

"It was because my behaviour in the Bundesliga was not too good before that".

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