Jürgen Klopp must once again defend the club’s spending in the transfer market

Jürgen Klopp must once again defend the club’s spending in the transfer market

In the closed part of yesterday’s press conference, Jürgen Klopp talked about the summer transfer window, and how Liverpool should operate in the market.

Anfield is coming out of the transfer window with the exit of several key players, and three players. Most of them want more reinforcements before the window closes on Thursday.

On social media, opinions vary widely. Many are happy with the acquisitions of Mac Allister, Szoboszlai and Endo, while others focus on the losses of Moises Caicedo and Romeo Lavia.

Jurgen Klopp tries to explain why Liverpool cannot be compared to some other clubs.

– We have our situation. It was a year when money was not a concern, after selling Phil (Coutinho). And then we can do two crazy transformations. We always invested when we needed to improve, and only Joe Gomez is left from the team I managed. There have been a lot of transfers (in the Premier League) but we have to do it our way. said the German, according to the Liverpool Echo.

eight years: Joe Gomez is the only Liverpool player who has been at Anfield longer than Jurgen Klopp.

– There is not much room for error

It can be frustrating to be a Liverpool supporter at times, and perhaps especially so this summer. Before the transfer window opened, there were promises about using the money and rebuilding the team.

At the time of writing, the club has spent €130m, and has recovered around €60m. This results in a net result of €70 million.

– We worked our own way, and the club had no choice. Of course, that makes things more difficult. We don’t have a problem, but it’s hard to compare us to other teams. Klopp thinks we always have to succeed (in transitions), and there is not much room for error.

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The Liverpool boss doesn’t say which clubs he’s talking about, but it’s possible the German has Chelsea in mind, among others. The London club has spent more than €1 billion since Todd Bohle took over.

– We managed things well, and I have no problems (as long as other clubs follow the rules too). I sit through all the information and know what is and isn’t possible, but it doesn’t always end up the way I want it to.

New addition: Dominic Zuboszlay is Liverpool's most expensive purchase this summer.  The 22-year-old cost €70m.

The new scholarship: Dominic Zuboszlai is Liverpool’s most expensive signing this summer. The 22-year-old cost €70m.

Growing frustration among fans reached new heights when the transfers of Moises Caicedo and Romeo Lafia fell through, and little-known Wataru Endo was brought in.

It’s clear that Jürgen Klopp follows social media, and is well aware of the dissatisfaction of some. He asks his supporters to take the rumors with a grain of salt.

There are always heated discussions in the transfer market, and I can’t remember a single transfer window when everyone was happy. Some want us to do one thing, others want another.

– I’m always happy when the window is closed. I’m not sure how true what’s written in the papers is, but on several occasions I don’t even know the player (we’re linked), concludes the German.

- This is something new, and it's a challenge for everyone, and we have to learn to deal with it

– This is something new, and it’s a challenge for everyone, and we have to learn to deal with it

The extended transfer window in Saudi Arabia is causing a headache for Jürgen Klopp.

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