Press conference: Jurgen Klopp confirms Mo Salah available for Atalanta tie | Joel Matip on Diogo Jota in training and staying fit
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Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that Mohamed Salah will be back for Liverpool against Atalanta, while hailing Brazilian forward Roberto Firmino as the 'complete footballer'. The Reds boss was previewing the Champions League clash with Atalanta on Wednesday night, with Joel Matip also answering questions ahead of the game. Both Klopp and Matip explained the importance of getting fans back into stadia, plus why Atalanta will not be an easy game despite Liverpool's 5-0 win over them three weeks ago. Enjoy.

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