Jurgen Klopp speaks on Liverpool transfer plans

Ross Houston
July 2, 2020

There has been a celebratory mood in the Liverpool camp following their Premier League triumph after a 30-year-long break.

But the tournament has been delayed for 12 months, and that means Liverpool will keep all their major stars for the month of January when fixture schedules can become compact owing to Premier League sides entering the FA Cup. It's just an incredible moment and now we have to enjoy this moment and at the same time make sure we are ready for the next games. "But for now, please stay at home as much as possible", he added.

Liverpool's title success has come after a record-breaking season that saw them crowned champions with seven games to spare and whilst Alisson has described their campaign as "something special", the Brazilian insists there remains a hunger for more within the dressing room.

On Friday night, Merseyside Police issued a dispersal order for Liverpool city center.


Videos that circulated on social media showed a firework hitting the distinctive building, which is partly owned by Everton majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri. Klopp asked the fans of the club to "do what is right" after visuals of mass celebrations of the Reds' fans went viral.

The move comes as a way of dealing with the uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic and the uncertain travel restrictions now in place.

'If this continues, we can achieve more.

Liverpool visits Manchester City on Thursday.


"Please - celebrate - but celebrate in a safe way and in private settings, whereby we do not risk spreading this very bad disease further in our community".

I always say that dreams are allowed and for sure previous year we went really, really close: one point, but at the same time I can say congratulations for City because they for sure deserved it and won it and that's part of football.

"We can not spend millions and millions and millions because we want to or we think it is nice to do".

"I said this when I first took over the role of the captaincy, when people might have doubted me and criticised me as a person, but I will always say no one will replace Steven Gerrard at this club no matter who the captain is or what the team wins", Henderson is quoted as saying by the Daily Mail.


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