Liverpool's Joe Gomez unsure where Jurgen Klopp will deploy him this campaign

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The problem is you have to invest well and honestly I think they did very well because every player they bought are quality players and I'm happy for them.

When asked about City's rivals this season, the German winger admitted that Sarri could bring both style and results to Stamford Bridge.

But he made a telling contribution against Liverpool when he was introduced at half-time, showing why he is the quickest player in the Premier League as he raced clear of the Reds' back-four before neatly finishing under Caoimhin Kelleher for City's first goal of the tour.

Of their first 15 games, seven are at home (where they recorded an unbeaten run last season) with only one of those seeing them play against a member of the Premier League's top six in Manchester City - at least six home wins is a realistic target.

Klopp's Liverpool finished fourth last term but will hope to improve their standing this season, particularly after enjoying a productive summer transfer window.

Gomez may be required to play right-sided full-back for the final game of Liverpool's USA tour after Nathaniel Clyne returned home for family reasons and Alexander-Arnold still on holiday after the World Cup.

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"All the contenders, United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham will be stronger, Everton took a good manager, West Ham with Manuel [Pellegrini], always the expectation is high".

'More consistency - we were not inconsistent, but we can be more consistent.

World Cup star Xherdan Shaqiri moved to Liverpool FC in a cut price deal from relegated Stoke City to provide Klopp with more depth in attack. He has the talent to do that and we are happy that he scored.

". We have to enjoy our football, otherwise it makes no sense". We really suffered against them.

Liverpool have spent more than £170m on new players this summer but securing Salah on a new five-year contract worth around £200,000 a week, without a release clause, was arguably the club's most important piece of business.