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Summary

  1. Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp to face the media at 13:30 BST
  2. Updates from Fulham and Huddersfield's earlier news conferences
  3. Southampton's Ralph Hasenhuttl at 14:00 BST
  4. All timings are approximate
  5. Get involved: #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

Live Reporting

By Laura Savvas

All times stated are UK

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  1. Liverpool 'will not even try' to sign Insigne

    Liverpool v Huddersfield (Fri, 20:00 BST)

    Liverpool

    Liverpool have been linked with a move for Napoli forward Lorenzo Insigne.

    Jurgen's cleared up the rumours:

    “We will not sign Insigne. He is a very good player but he has a long-term contract at Napoli.

    “We will not even try it.”

    Lorenzo Insigne
  2. 'No regrets if we don't win title, as long as we give our best'

    Liverpool v Huddersfield (Fri, 20:00 BST)

    Liverpool

    On the title hopes: “There’s three games left. We want to win them.

    “Huddersfield, Newcastle, Wolves. That’s the situation. That’s all there is to say.

    “If we win it, we win it. If we don’t there are no regrets as long as we give our best.

    “I’ve seen that all season. However the season ends up this is the first step.”

    Jurgen Klopp and Alisson
  3. 'Barca has nothing to do with Friday night'

    Liverpool v Huddersfield (Fri, 20:00 BST)

    Liverpool

    On Huddersfield: “This will be the last game I overthink anything.

    “The things people think about, the game, is already enough.

    “I will not push that preparation with a fresh line-up. We have enough time to recover for the next game.

    “Barcelona has nothing to do with Friday night.”

    Jurgen Klopp
  4. 'Mo missed a session with New York trip but will be back today'

    Liverpool v Huddersfield (Fri, 20:00 BST)

    Liverpool

    Jurgen Klopp confirmed Mo Salah has returned from his trip to New York.

    “He’s back. Travelling these days is no problem," Klopp said.

    “It would be more a problem if his car broke down and he had to walk!

    “I’m proud of [his award]. There is a lot on TV and newspapers and most of the time we don’t say smart things.

    “Mo is a very smart person and has inspired some people on one side to think about a few things and on the other side people saw that and are aware of him.

    “It is very important that he has an opinion and makes that opinion public.

    “We always say football is not the most important thing in the world. Yes he missed a session but today he will be back.

    “He looked brilliant and met a lot of famous people! Maybe if he asked me I’d have joined him!”

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  5. 'It would be pretty special for the title to be decided on final day'

    Liverpool v Huddersfield (Fri, 20:00 BST)

    On the title race: "If we win our next two games then the title will be decided on the final match day and that would be pretty special.

    "That's what we are concentrating on."

    Jurgen Klopp
  6. 'It's not the first or last time we will come close to the title'

    Liverpool v Huddersfield (Fri, 20:00 BST)

    Pep Guardiola recently said how Liverpool and Manchester City both deserve to win the Premier League.

    “Yes, but it will not happen," Klopp said. “We will be there at the end.

    “We don’t only play for being champions at the end of the season. Yes it’s a big target and we are pretty close and have a chance.

    “But it’s the first time, not the last time. That’s how it is.

    “The club and the people are waiting for a long time for it. It is rather surprising because last season we were 25 points behind.

    “That’s really good, that’s all I can say about it. It’s all good. We have to carry on but only one team will be champion.”

    Jurgen Klopp
  7. 'I expected the Manchester Derby result'

    Liverpool v Huddersfield (Fri, 20:00 BST)

    Liverpool

    Klopp on the Manchester Derby: “It was really the result I expected.

    “United tried whatever they can, in the first half especially, but in the 95 minutes it was clear they can’t stand City in the moment.

    "They were unlucky in moments but then they couldn’t stand City.”

    Manchester Derby
  8. Post update

    That's all from Jan.

    Let's get the latest from Jurgen shall we?

  9. 'Liverpool won't underestimate us'

    Liverpool v Huddersfield (Fri, 20:00 BST)

    Huddersfield Town

    On Liverpool: “The big pressure is on Liverpool. They won’t underestimate us.

    “We go there excited and will enjoy a big game at Anfield.

    “We should not be silly. Everyone knows their quality but we want to show our possibilities.

    "This will be a very tough game and we will need experience.

    “You have to be careful with the young lads in such a game. It’s all about trying to develop them.”

    We won’t be the team that has most the ball because of Liverpool's qualities. When we have the ball, we have to break through their lines.”

    Jan Siewert
  10. 'Karlan thrives on confidence'

    Liverpool v Huddersfield (Fri, 20:00 BST)

    Huddersfield Town

    More on Karlan Grant: "He is good with confidence. The team have helped him. [Chris] Löwe has two assists for him.

    "Karlan is willing to improve, though. That gives him a boost for the Championship. He thrives on confidence.”

    On Matty Daly: “The club has a long-term view of what we can do with Matty.

    “The last games are for learning, and in the last game I think he did well.”

    Karlan Grant
  11. Terriers team news

    Liverpool v Huddersfield (Fri, 20:00 BST)

    Huddersfield Town

    Some team news now from the Terriers' boss:

    “Ben Hamer still has a knock so won’t be involved.

    “Karlan Grant had a good week in training; it’s good to have him back in the team.

    “Adama Diakhaby has had two full weeks now in training.

    “He has no problems and he’s confident.”

    Ben Hamer
  12. 'We have to make the most of the ball when we get it' - Siewert

    Liverpool v Huddersfield (Fri, 20:00 BST)

    Huddersfield Town

    Huddersfield manager Jan Siewert takes his side to Anfield on Friday night as the Reds aim to reach the top of the table (again).

    “I am really excited for this game. We are looking forward to it," Siewert said.

    “We know we won’t have the ball so often because of their quality, so we have to make the most of it when we get it.”

    Huddersfield manager Jan Siewert
  13. What's to come

    Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp is speaking to the media as I type this, so updates will follow from him shortly.

    In the meantime, let's hear what Huddersfield's Jan Siewert had to say ahead of the Terriers' trip to Anfield on Friday night.

  14. Post update

    You came back! Hello again.

    Settle in for another fun-filled afternoon of Premier League news conferences.

    Lucky devils.

    Jurgen Klopp
  15. Post update

    That's enough Manchester and PFA chat for one morning.

    Come back around 13:30 BST for some Premier League news conferences including the thoughts of a certain Mr Jurgen Klopp.

    See you on the other side!

    Jurgen Klopp
  16. BreakingSven-Goran Eriksson: Former England boss has no contact over Scotland job

    Former England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson "has never even thought" about the prospect of becoming Scotland manager.

    The Swede had reportedly applied to the Scottish FA as they begin their hunt for a successor to Alex McLeish, who was sacked last week.

    However, the 71-year-old - currently in charge of the Philippines - says he has had no contact about the job.

    When asked if he would be interested, Eriksson told BBC Sport: "I don't know, I have never even thought about it."

  17. BreakingSilva to face no further action after Pereira tackle

    Man Utd 0-2 Man City

    Manchester City midfielder David Silva will face no further action following what appeared to be a high tackle on Manchester United’s Andreas Pereira at Old Trafford.

    Silva caught Pereira in the chest with his boot when he went up to head the ball during the second-half of City’s 2-0 win.

    TV pundit Gary Neville said Silva was lucky not to be shown a red card.

    However, it is understood the match officials saw the incident at the time and have ruled out any retrospective punishment.

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