Jurgen Klopp describes Arsenal as “the biggest problem”

Arsenal Have Reached New Heights Even Klopp Knows It

Revenge is best served cold, and Arsenal will be looking to avenge their loss to Manchester United earlier this season this weekend. Arsenal has been unforgiving to almost all Premier League teams this season, with the exception of Manchester City, whom they have yet to face in the league, and Manchester United, who surprisingly defeated them 3-1.

This imperious form has seen everything good said about Arsenal, but after all has been said and written, I’m sure hearing Jurgen Klopp describe how Arsenal have been this term is all any Gooner will want to hear today. “That’s the biggest problem. Honestly, Arsenal deserves where they are at the moment. They play outstanding football, top, top, top,” said Klopp while speaking at his press conference for the Liverpool game against Chelsea.

Arsenal currently leads the Premier League standings with 47 points after 15 wins, two draws, and one defeat. They are 5 points ahead of second-placed Manchester City and 8 points ahead of third-placed Manchester United, who visit them this Sunday.

This weekend, Arteta has a great chance to lead his team to a famous win over Manchester United and demonstrate why Klopp enjoys the way Arsenal is playing.


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  1. I dont think Arsenal are a problem to Liverpool at the moment. Brentford, Brighton, Fulham and themselves are their biggest problem. They wont be bothering us this season.

  2. Had to have a look at Mudryk, the little rat looks lively and talented but has the worst first touch you would ever see.

      1. Not talented as Saka or Martinelli. The kid even older then them both. The first touch is so sad for a professional footballer.

      2. @NY_Guner
        Liverpool showed him a lot of respect and the fear in their back line was evident when he entered the pitch, it seems he’s going to cause some damage before the league finds him out, I suspect he may start in their next game.

    1. Absolutely rubbish. He had 1 bad 1st touch in the first few minutes of his EPL career….i guess that means he’s bad? Lol this guy!

      He looked absolutely brilliant compared to everyone else on the pitch. Looks to be quality.

      1. @PJ-SA
        Thank you. Dude has ferocious pace, deadly dribbling skills and a keen eye for the pass. I like his movement off the ball also. Give him time and he’s going to be killin it. Yeah, we missed out…Jus sayin.

    2. Ha ha, he is at the start of his preseason in the Ukraine, probably still full of xmas pudding and sherry. He will shine, that is obvious.

      1. Mudryk definitely looks good on a first glance. Want to see how he does, when he starts a game rather than coming on as a substitute before we know how good he really is.

      2. When Arsenal popped in this season, their aim was to finish in top 4 but now they are smelling trophy and that is what is motivating them seriously

  3. I think kloop is right about Arsenal. It took Arteta time to come up with what we have right now and honestly Arsenal is in a class of their own.

  4. Agree with Reggie. If Pool continue to flounder,don’t be surprised he will be forced out.
    As for Mu,if Arteta continues all out attack,Arsenal will be ripe for the sucker punch.
    Arsenal can win provided the ref,linesmen and var do their job

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