Harry Redknapp believes Liverpool are vulnerable, yet they still have a chance to reach the top four this season. After falling away from the summit earlier in the campaign, Jurgen Klopp admitted his side must overcome an ‘insurmountably difficult’ task to qualify for the Champions League.

Liverpool have lost five league games this season and are seven points adrift of fourth-place Manchester United. But Redknapp believes his team possess the qualities necessary for success to get back on track.

They’re playing with “extremely low confidence”

Liverpool have seen their confidence dipped recently due to a storm, but former England midfielder Jamie Redknapp insists the club are still capable of making top four. He believes their next two matches against Manchester United and Wolverhampton Wanderers will test them “to the limit”.

Liverpool are eight points off the top four and have lost two of their last four matches in the Premier League – losing to Brighton 2-0 and drawing with Everton 2-2. But Jurgen Klopp remains confident that his side can finish in the top four and qualify for Champions League play-offs.

German coach Thomas Tuchel believes his team will find confidence in the final stages of the season, despite their midweek defeat to Real Madrid. Tuchel believes they must win their next two home games if they want to guarantee a top-four finish.

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They’re “not playing with any freedom”

Jamie Redknapp believes Liverpool must win their next two matches to turn things around – but is still confident they can still make the top four. Additionally, Jurgen Klopp’s side have the ability to attract top talent during the summer to help make that happen.

A former Liverpool defender told The Express that their two home matches against Wolves and Manchester United are crucial for their top-four aspirations. A win against Wolves could give them a boost in their hopes of reclaiming fourth place, while victory against Manchester United puts them in an ideal position to secure third place.

He believes the Reds must return to their best, particularly in front of goal, after scoring only one goal in their last six league matches and losing seven out of their eight European fixtures this season.

They’re “fragile”

Jamie Redknapp believes Liverpool are “fragile”, yet they can still make the top four this season. According to the former Liverpool player, their next two home Premier League games will be crucial in order to achieve victory.

He acknowledges that their confidence was temporarily knocked after their 5-2 defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League midweek, but believes they can regain it quickly.

Liverpool are now six points adrift of fourth-place Tottenham Hotspur in the race for a top four spot, but Redknapp remains confident they can still mount an assault.

Liverpool have endured a challenging season, experiencing setbacks on numerous occasions. Nevertheless, they remain close to challenging for a title since the start of this campaign.

They’re “not going to get the best”

Harry Redknapp may be seen by many football fans as a wheeler-dealer, but it’s essential to remember that he has been managing for over 45 years. With so much experience behind him when making decisions about players, it is imperative that he does his research and finds the right people for the club.

He boasts a remarkable record, having won promotion twice and reached the Champions League semi-finals. However, creating a world class side can be challenging.

Liverpool still have a chance to make the top four, and Redknapp believes they will continue to attract top talent. Additionally, he’s confident they can complete their rebuild this summer.

Jurgen Klopp should continue with his 4-3-3 formation until the summer and focus on keeping things tight. That way, Liverpool can still produce results while keeping things compact – and if they do that, then it will be much simpler for them to return to winning ways later in the season.

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