Jurgen Klopp Feels Liverpool Can Improve Further

Ross Houston
July 28, 2019

I'm not specifically concerned that they aren't signing Coutinho - he doesn't fit with our current style of play and has a troubled history with the fans - but I would like to think that kind of cash was on hand for any player Klopp wanted go for this summer.

Another two-horse race between Manchester City and Liverpool is expected in the 2019/20 title race, but off the back of a quiet transfer window for the Reds their odds on finally winning the Premier League crown have lengthened from 9/4 (+225) to 5/2 (+250) with BetVictor.

Klopp seems to rate Kent highly, and the Liverpool manager's comments suggest that the winger could be given a chance for the Reds' first team this season.

"It's not about bringing new people and stuff like that, it's really about all of us using the experience that we made for being better than before".

That good offer will not be Liverpool now if you have to stick to what theircoach, Jurgen Klopp, has said in the past few hours. Madrid, Barcelona, City and PSG. Whatever they need, they do.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has explained why the Reds are not looking to sign available Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale this summer, insisting that he and the club are looking to build a team for the long-term rather than chase superstar individuals. You can not compare that.

Afterwards, the 52-year-old cleared the air around his claim: "It is not a criticism". I know how people will take it, that I am jealous or whatever. There is no guarantee Liverpool won't draw with Leicester on a snowy pitch because we make five new signings.

"But then you miss three players or four others are not there and it becomes a theoretical part of football and you have to throw the plans in the bin so often, sometimes 10 minutes before a game".

There are eight teams competing in the Club World Cup, with Liverpool already confirmed alongside Monterrey (Mexico), Hienghene Sport (New Caledonia) and Al-Sadd, from Qatar. And that is what we have to do. "We have to make sure".

Quotes via The Telegraph.

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