Liverpool may play away from home their Champions League draw against RB Leipzig in London, in line with reviews.
The Reds are anticipated to play Leipzig in Germany on Feb. 16 however the German authorities presently has a ban on all flights from the UK to the country till February 17.
The Day by day Mail claims that Leipzig has requested the federal government to ‘grant entry to Jurgen Klopp’s side’ and is awaiting their decision.
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Nevertheless, Leipzig is wanting into ‘contingency plans’ in case their utility is rejected with a ‘stadium within the London space’.
The report added: ‘If the capital’s location got the inexperienced gentle, it might imply that Premier League champions wouldn’t need to journey overseas and would profit from enjoying each legs on home soil, albeit outside back to closed doorways. ‘
The opposite two choices on the table reverse the upcoming match in order that Liverpool play at Anfield on Feb. 17 as a substitute of March 10 or make it a one-off match.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, in the meantime, admits present performances aren’t on the level required to defend their title after their 1-0 loss against Brighton on Wednesday evening.
“The hole for City… I am Liverpool manager and so that you ask and I’ve to say we wish to be champions however we want video games and it wants performances and we do not have it,” said Klopp.
“We’re combating for three points, it’s not determined who will get the three points on Sunday. Now we have to play higher and we are going to try.
“These gaps aren’t fascinating on the moment. They’re the results of the outcomes now we have already obtained.
“What we are able to affect is the subsequent recreation. Tonight it wasn’t sufficient. We all know that and now we have to change that. ”