Klopp makes interesting admission regarding Liverpool’s transfer business

Jürgen Klopp has admitted Liverpool “always have to be right” when it comes to completing business in the transfer market, but he’s happy with how the Reds are trading.

The German tactician told reporters ahead of tomorrow night’s match against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.

The Merseysiders lost 5-2 to Real Madrid in the Champions League on Tuesday night, and their performance bolstered calls for the club to be more active in the coming summer transfer window. training center.

“It was always clear, our transfer must always be appropriate,” said the former Borussia Dortmund manager (as The Athletic’s James Pearce reported on Twitter). “You can’t do four transfers before you know who’s leaving the club. I knew it would be difficult – and he’s one of the reasons I signed a new contract.”

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The 55-year-old extended his contract with the club last year, meaning he will remain in Anfield’s hot seat until the summer of 2026.

Liverpool owners FSG have often been criticized for adopting a ‘buy before you buy’ policy at the club, and even after a shocking statement in November, the Americans were criticized by stakeholders for their actions. is believed to be looking for further investment in

Reports suggest that John Henry and his allies will offer Klopp £250m in the summer, with half of the money going towards the move of Borussia Dortmund star Jude Bellingham.

Like many of our domestic and European rivals we don’t have the money to spend big and our German tactician used to only sign players if he was sure he would be a good fit for the club. I was admitting that

With a big transfer market expected at the end of the season, it will be interesting to see what kind of business we complete.

Check out Pearce’s tweet below via his official Twitter account.

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