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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp satisfied with goalkeeping options

Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool have to prove they have a plan when they play clubs outside the Premier League's elite.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has said he is happy with goalkeepers Simon Mignolet and Loris Karius.

The club have been linked with a move for another goalkeeper -- with Joe Hart touted as a possibility -- amid inconsistent performances from both Mignolet and Karius.

But Klopp, who has indicated that he wants to freshen up his squad in the summer, told a news conference ahead of Sunday's home game against Burnley that he was satisfied with his goalkeeping situation.

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"I am happy most of the days," he said.

"One day when a goalkeeper is involved in a goal which happens quite a few times it is the life of a goalkeeper that you are the last man standing. Then you are not too happy.

"But I am happy with our goalkeepers, yes."

Mignolet has returned as the club's No. 1 goalkeeper after Karius was dropped, but Liverpool have endured a tough start to 2017 that has seen them fall off the pace in the Premier League and go out of both domestic cup competitions.

Klopp said: "It is how it always is in football -- it is all about players. We have these really, really good goalkeepers.

"We have [third-choice Alex] Manninger, a wonderful professional player, which helps the squad a lot.

"Our situation is as good as possible."

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