Liverpool’s defensive crisis forced Jürgen Klopp to field Fabinho and Jordan Henderson in the Reds’ goalless draw against Manchester United at Anfield on Sunday.

The English champions have been without Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez for months, and the duo are expected to miss most of this season.

Earlier this month, El Chiringuito journalist Cristóbal Soria reported the Merseyside club have ‘knocked on the door’ for the high profile signing of Real Madrid star Sergio Ramos.

The centre-back’s current deal with Los Blancos runs down at the end of this season and he’s been linked with big clubs across Europe, including the Premier League winners.

Paris Saint-Germain are also rumoured to be interested in the Spaniard, but Telefoot have dismissed the Ligue 1 side wanting to sign the 34-year-old.

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Telefoot’s report has been relayed in today’s edition of Mundo Deportivo, and the Catalan newspaper further adds PSG join Liverpool in not wanting the Real Madrid man. It’s claimed Klopp’s side ‘don’t want’ Ramos.

Ramos’ future at the Santiago Bernabéu beyond this campaign still remains unresolved and the position of the player and Real Madrid has also not changed in recent weeks.

The positions can only be unlocked through talks and Mundo state Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez only wants to ‘deal with the player’ and with ‘no one else.’

Ramos’ future is still to be sorted out, while PSG and Liverpool have ruled out a move for the Spaniard.