Konate to make his debut for Liverpool on Tuesday

Sun 18 July 2021 | 14:33

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has revealed that the Reds new signing will make his first appearance on Tuesday against FC Wacker Innsbruck.

Ibrahima Konate


RB Leipzig

to join the Premier League giants,


, on a £36 million deal.

Liverpool are set to face FC Wacker Innsbruck on Tuesday in a pre-season friendly match and the Reds’ boss Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that the club’s new signing will make his debut against the Austrian club.

Asked about when exactly the French center-back will make his first appearance for Liverpool, Klopp told the

club's official website

: “

Tuesday. He’s had a good rest, had a normal pre-season so far, so yeah, he can play on Tuesday. For Ibou it is important that he gets minutes quickly, that’s what pre-season is for.

“All the people from outside will say there are similarities between Leipzig and us and that is true, but anyway there are differences as well and the similarities are important but the differences are more important because you see that in training.

"There are some little habits where he is doing different to what we usually do, so we work on that but that’s now not that easy because that’s only six days now.

“So, all fine, completely normal. The first few days are there to realize what is the boy doing when he is not thinking. So, natural stuff. And then from there, we start and that’s why he has to play and that’s what will happen.

"Then we will see how quickly we can get all this information together for him and then everything is fine. For a defender, it’s not as difficult as it would be for other players but it’s still a job to do, and that is what we are doing.”

source: SportMob

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