“The Premier League’s all about being athletic, quick, and powerful, and Milner keeps playing at this standard for one among the world’s top clubs – every kid needs to be looking as much as him. He’s a manager’s dream.”
Each Elliott and Carvalho have played an even bigger role than they could have expected this season as they got prolonged runs within the team during their injury crisis, while Elliott has kept his place and was handed a start against Manchester City. Elliott has featured in every Premier League game this season, including six starts as his versatility has proven vital for Klopp.
Since moving from Fulham in the summertime Carvalho has played in all but one league game, and made two starts though he could are available on the left-hand side for the following few weeks after injuries to Jota and Diaz.