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Lallana: Liverpool ready to deliver silverware
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Lallana: Liverpool ready to deliver silverware

Adam Lallana admits Liverpool are ready to challenge for trophies on all fronts this season after making some shrewd signings in the summer transfer market.

Since Klopp made the switch to Anfield in October 2015, the Reds have lost a Champions League, Europa League, and EFL Cup final. In the league front, they have finished no higher than fourth under the German.

However, Lallana believes Liverpool are well-placed to end their six-year wait for silverware after spending more than £170m on reinforcements, including making Alisson the most expensive goalkeeper in history.

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“It’s a really exciting time,” said Lallana. “I’m delighted to be at a top club like Liverpool that are going to be challenging for trophies again, and I’m looking forward to playing for England again.

“For my club, I just want to take the next step now. We’ve been in a few finals that we haven’t been victorious in, and that needs to change.

“We’ve got all the ingredients there, the experience we’ve gained and the squad we’ve put together, the signs are perfect for us to go the next step.”

Last season, Liverpool finished 25 points behind Manchester City in the Premier League, and the former Saints skipper believes the Cityzens are still the side to beat again this year.

Lallana: Liverpool ready to deliver silverware
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When asked if Liverpool are favorites to challenge City, Lallana said: “That’s not for us to say, that’s for other people to speculate. But, of course, we’re going to be in the pack who want to chase down City.

“Hopefully, Liverpool and three or four of the other top teams can squeeze a few more points out of City this year, and that would make it more interesting.”

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