Liverpool FC to ring the changes for League Cup

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"I would love to but I'm not sure the world is ready for such a insane decision", said Klopp sarcastically when asked if Ward would be involved, according to the Liverpool Echo.

And ahead of the Leicester game, he said: "We are working on it".

"Then you immediately put a rucksack [of pressure] on their back, it makes development [harder]".

Liverpool signed AS Roma winger Mohamed Salah, Chelsea teenager Dominic Solange, Hull City defender Andy Robertson and Arsenal star Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain this summer.

Liverpool striker Danny Ings could make his first competitive appearance of the season against Leicester City in the midweek Carabao Cup clash, according to a report.

"He has settled in perfectly". We have a few little things.

"He is a really nice lad so it is easy for him to settle into a new team".

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"We want to use him and to prepare him also".

Speaking a year ago, Arsene Wenger addressed Oxlade-Chamberlain's slow progress at the Emirates Stadium, proffering that "maybe he doesn't completely believe in himself as to how good he can be".

"But a new start is very often, kind of, a relief".

Klopp's success over seven years at Borussia Dortmund made him one of Europe's most sought-after managers, but with Liverpool struggling defensively, former Newcastle United captain Shearer said he was no better than his predecessor. "It is all good from this side at the moment". I am sure they didn't always play with three at the back and with wing-backs and so Alex played in different positions when he was there.

Now in a run of four matches in 11 days, which includes a Champions League trip to Moscow early next week, and Klopp admits he has no option but to make changes for the match at the King Power Stadium.

Klopp will also give first starts of the season to third-choice goalkeeper Danny Ward and midfielder Marko Grujic among a raft of changes as he juggles four matches in 11 days.