Klopp sends top4 warning message to Chelsea, as Juventus defender issues ‘come and get me’ to Chelsea

Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson scored a late winner as Liverpool beat West Brom 2-1 on Sunday to keep their top four hopes alive.

Liverpool’s result against West Brom means Chelsea must win our last two Premier League games against Leicester City and Aston Villa.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has sent a warning to Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel that they would put pressure on Chelsea by winning their last two games.

Liverpool travel to Burnley next before facing Crystal Palace at Anfield in their last game of the season.

Klopp told BBC: “We are not even halfway through. We have to win going to Turf Moor. We have to win. There will be a proper atmosphere and will not be a friendly game.

“In the situation we are in the only thing we have to do is keep pressure on our competitors around us. We recover and go again.”

Juventus defender issues ‘come and get me’ to Chelsea

Mattia De Sciglio, who is on loan at Lyon from Juventus, has issued a ‘come and get me’ plea to Chelsea. The defender claims he is fascinated by the Blues and the Premier League but will wait until the end of the season before deciding anything.

TuttoSport caught up with Mattia De Sciglio regarding his time in Ligue 1. The Juventus loanee claims he would like to stay at Lyon, but if the chance to join Chelsea comes up, he would love to jump on it.

Mattia De Sciglio, who can play anywhere across the backline, reportedly has no future at Juventus. The Italian is open to leaving the Serie A side permanently this summer but is keeping his options open. He told TuttoSport (via Express):

“I would like to stay in France, where I feel great on and off the pitch, or try a new experience abroad. Maybe in the Premier League which has always fascinated me and where I have a soft spot for Chelsea. Now, however, I only have Lyon and finishing the league in mind.”