Liverpool defender Andy Robertson has told manager Jurgen Klopp he is ready to step up in the absence of Trent Alexander-Arnold and manager Jurgen Klopp makes a goalkeeper change in a bid for the quadruple.

Klopp gives injury update on Alexander-Arnold and Salah

Liverpool will be without key defender Trent Alexander-Arnold for the next few games but a teammate has already said he is ready to step up in his place.

Caoimhin Kelleher has been the Reds’ domestic cup goalkeeper so far this season, helping the team win the Carabao Cup last month and started both games in the FA Cup so far this season. But manager Jurgen Klopp will make a change when his side meet Nottingham Forest on Sunday.

Klopp’s side learnt their UEFA Champions League quarter-final fate on Friday and the manager has since admitted he wanted to avoid two teams in the draw.

Here are Mirror Football’s latest Liverpool headlines.

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Andy Robertson has 10 assists for Liverpool this season. (Photo by Alex Livesey – Danehouse/Getty Images)

Robertson’s ready says Klopp

Liverpool will miss defender Trent Alexander-Arnold while he recovers from a hamstring injury which is likely to keep him out for ‘weeks.’

Though he plays on the opposite flank to Alexander-Arnold, Andrew Robertson has said that he will stand up in the absence of his fullback partner while he is out of the team. Between the two stars, they have a combined 23 assists with the England international slightly ahead of his Scottish counterpart with 13 assists.

Manager Jurgen Klopp confirmed what Robertson said as he looks to ‘deliver’ for the team.

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Klopp’s goalkeeper change

No team has managed to complete the quadruple in a single season with Liverpool the only team in the Premier League able to do so.

Usually, talk of such an unprecedented task gets downplayed and teams and managers conduct themselves like it’s the last thing on their mind. However, Reds boss Klopp may have revealed how seriously he is taking the chance of winning four major trophies in one season with his team selection on Sunday.

A change in goal is expected when Liverpool play Nottingham Forest, a change of the norm from what Klopp usually does in cups.

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Reds glad to avoid duo

Liverpool were handed a generous UEFA Champions League draw on Friday when they learnt they will face Benfica.

With some major names left in the draw, including Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Man City and Chelsea, things could have been a lot harder for Jurgen Klopp’s side. And the Reds boss has since admitted that there are two teams he had hoped to avoid.

Those teams can only face Liverpool if they reach the final, along with Klopp’s men.

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