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Jurgen Klopp is unhappy with the situation at Aston Villa before of the crucial Man City match.

Jurgen Klopp has stated that it is 'improbable' that his Liverpool side would be relegated to the Premier League before the end of the week, and has expressed his displeasure with Aston Villa's quick turnaround in fixtures as the Reds' championship rivals Manchester City approach the last day of the season.

Jurgen Klopp has stated that it is ‘improbable’ that his Liverpool side would be relegated to the Premier League before the end of the week, and has expressed his displeasure with Aston Villa’s quick turnaround in fixtures as the Reds’ championship rivals Manchester City approach the last day of the season.

By barring City from winning at the Etihad, Steven Gerrard’s squad can give Liverpool a great chance to win the Premier League title.

Klopp’s team would have to overcome Wolves and have faith in Villa to pull off an upset against Pep Guardiola’s side.

Estate will enter the final day with two days of rest after their match against Burnley at Villa Park on Thursday night. Furthermore, Klopp admits that Liverpool’s chances of winning the league this season are slim.

Pep Guardiola has warned Aston Villa that his Manchester City team will devote “their whole lives” to win the Premier League title this week.

City have Villa needing three points on Sunday, therefore Steven Gerrard’s side might play a big role in the title battle. Guardiola will be satisfied with a win, since Liverpool is one point behind the leaders heading into the final days of the season.

The Reds beat Southampton 2-1 at St. Mary’s on Tuesday night to extend their Premier League unbeaten streak to 18 games, and they must win again on Sunday evening to turn their slim chances of becoming managers into reality. Jurgen Klopp’s side travels to Anfield to face Wolves, while Pep Guardiola’s side travels to the Etihad to face Villa. Guardiola has promised that his players will give their all to defend their Premier League title.

As Steven Gerrard distinguishes transfer need, Aston Villa have ‘studied’ free professionals.

As Steven Gerrard prepares for a busy summer transfer window, Aston Villa have reportedly ‘considered’ the possibility of marking Burnley target half James Tarkowski.

Tarkowski, 29, will become a free agent when his contract with Burnley expires at the end of the season, with several Premier League clubs reportedly circling for his services.

Everton, West Ham, and Leicester City are among the clubs linked with the talented defender.

As Tottenham manager Antonio Conte ‘targets’ Aston Villa transfer, Steven Gerrard is on the lookout for potential threats.

Aston Villa are bracing themselves for renewed interest in John McGinn, with sources claiming Tottenham Hotspur will move quickly to capture the Scot this summer.

McGinn, 27, has been a key member of Villa’s attack since joining for £2.5 million from Hibernian in 2018. He scored the game-winning goal and has had a significant impact on the Premier League in recent years.

This season, the Scotland international has three goals and three assists in 33 first-class matches, and he remains possibly Steven Gerrard’s first name on the team sheet. McGinn’s displays in claret and blue haven’t gone unnoticed, and Spurs manager Antonio Conte has a soft spot for the midfielder.

Jurgen Klopp is unhappy with the situation at Aston Villa before of the crucial Man City match.

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