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Sport England: summer will be calm transfer side in Liverpool, ensures Klopp

14:56  30 june  2020
14:56  30 june  2020 Source:   90min.com

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Jurgen Klopp admitted it is likely to be a quiet transfer window for Liverpool , but the manager said he never expected otherwise. But Klopp said it would be a quiet window for Liverpool , with the coronavirus pandemic also impacting It's not likely that it will be the most busy summer in the world."

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Liverpool should not splurge this summer on the transfer market, explained his trainer Jürgen Klopp, because of the economic crisis linked to the Covid-19, but also because he is satisfied with his group.

The first title of champion of England in 30 years has not turned the head of the Reds, who will continue their sparse and targeted recruitment policy.

"The Covid has obviously influenced in both directions, arrivals and departures, and it will most likely not be the busiest summer in the world," he admitted on a passing day of the match relay against Manchester City, his first as defending champion.

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"Maybe a little later in the year, if the transfer window is still open, we will know more," he said.

"But this team ... Look at it! It is not a workforce that we must change now by saying + OK, we need someone in this position and this other position", recalled the German coach.

"We can't spend millions and millions just because we want to or because it's nice to do it. We never wanted that" continued the coach of the Reds whose last big purchase was goalkeeper Alisson, for 65 million pounds (72 million EUR) at Roma, a record in this position at the time.

Since then, promising youngsters like Harvey Elliott or Sepp van den Berg, a substitute goalkeeper (Adrian) and the Japanese from Salzburg Takumi Minamino, for a modest release clause of barely 8 M EUR, have been the only ones recruits.

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Jurgen Klopp could do no wrong. In little over a month he had reinvented Liverpool and they were headed for the Premier League title. So when Klopp emerged to answers questions in the wake of Liverpool 's no-show at crisis club Newcastle, he was keen to keep reflections on an even keel.

Jurgen Klopp faces the daunting task of taking Liverpool to the next level in the summer - but one man could feature in his transfer plans. The former would be to go out and spend, spend and spend some more. It's what the likes of Man City and Chelsea have done in the past to ensure their squads

Recently, the Reds refused to comply with the EUR 60 million release clause requested by Leipzig for striker Timo Werner, who ultimately spun at Chelsea.

Liverpool, on the other hand, "locked" all of its executives, most of whom were under contract, for another 3 or even 4 years.

And the additional pressure that will surround the club next season, when it will have to defend its trophy, leaves Klopp of marble.

"I heard people say that the real challenge is to win twice in a row (the title), but it's very funny. Obviously it's something very English," he said. amused.

"When (with Borussia Dortmund) we were champions in 2011, nobody told us that we had to be a second time at all costs".

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