Why did Mamadou Sakho leave Liverpool

Media: Sakho is allowed to leave Liverpool

Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp is ready to let center-back Mamadou Sakho go on loan. This is reported by the Guardian. According to this, Sakho should say goodbye to another club and come to the missions there that the Reds do not currently wave to him.

Sakho, who moved from Paris Saint-Germain to Anfield Road in 2013, has now slipped far back in the pecking order of the Liverpool central defenders. For a large part of the 2015/16 season he was still a regular under Klopp before he stopped playing after a positive doping test in April. The 26-year-old played his last competitive game on April 20 in a 4-0 win over Everton.

The UEFA doping charge has since been dropped, but a heel injury in the pre-season set Sakho back again. Klopp does not want to give up the French permanently. Rather, Sakho should play at another club in the form that made him indispensable a few months ago. However, no interested parties were named.

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Meanwhile, head coach Klopp has indicated that there will be no major rotation in the cup competitions this season. Unlike last year, the ex-record champions don't have to compete internationally this year and therefore have significantly fewer games to play. Now it is more important to get used to it than to start the rotary press.

"We'll make changes, but they won't be big," said Klopp ahead of the League Cup game against second division side Burton Albion. "It's unlikely we'll move to seven or eight positions. I can't give all the players an opportunity. Sometimes you have to work longer to change the situation. Of course, every week that he's not playing is unpleasant for you Footballer. But that's how it works in football. You accept that when you start playing. A player can only work as hard as possible, deliver in every training session and then the coach has to make a decision. "

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