Jurgen Klopp reveals there's no change on Emre Can's contract situation

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Manchester City have stormed their way to the title this year and are 19 points ahead of second-placed Manchester United with just one game to play.

Mohamed Salah is not giving up on the target of breaking Ian Rush's Liverpool record for the most goals scored in a single season.

"I would say 76 is obviously a bigger number than 75, but they are both big numbers".

However, the awards season and pending Champions League final has become something of a distraction.

"It would be ideal to have minutes and we'll see if there's an opportunity to do that, but he's as fit as possible".

The Merseyside club are still not guaranteed a place in next season's Champions League as Chelsea can still pip them to the final place in the top four if they win and the Reds lose.

"It is quite hard for a player because there are so many challenges constantly", Klopp said. Liverpool boss Klopp provided an update on the injury the German is suffering as well as his future, as he is out of contract in the summer.

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"It was what it was and now he is out for the rest of the season, which is really hard for us and for him - and exactly the same for the World Cup".

"It's all about the boys, how they pick up information, how they turn it into a performance, how they use the things we do in training and how they enjoy the work together".

Jurgen Klopp has a big challenge this weekend in keeping his Liverpool players focused on Brighton and Hove Albion as there is a bigger game just around the corner, and the bigger game is none other than against Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League final.

And Cantona believes that could cause a problem as Liverpool look to beat the Champions League winners of the last two season.

"I'm very happy here, everything is fine", Salah said in declarations picked up by the Liverpool Echo. Brighton have drawn 13 matches in the league but ultimately Liverpool should have far too much for their opponents and are strongly fancied to finish with a win at Anfield. "We know it's not going to be easy".

"For the time being, he is focused exclusively on Liverpool and winning titles with them". I can not think at the moment the Champions League final.

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