Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has ensured the fans that failing to qualify for the UEFA Champions League next season won’t change plans for the All Red’s pursuing big summer signings in the next transfer market.
Liverpool are showing a sign of comeback after winning back to back matches and the return of main players from injury certainly provided the lift they are searching.
Two convincing wins in five days for Liverpool 😤 pic.twitter.com/rsRImmPqkp
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Talking about the transfer plans for the Kops at the post match press conference, Klopp has eliminated all the fear to the threat of fresh big signings if they failed to make a place at the top four.
“It makes things more difficult but we’re still Liverpool, a big club. We will have transfer business. We have to 100% make changes in the summer,” Klopp affirmed.
Klopp on Liverpool plans in case they won’t play Champions League next year: “It makes things more difficult but we’re still Liverpool, a big club. We will have transfer business. We have to 100% make changes in the summer” 🚨🔴 #LFC@FootballDaily 🎥pic.twitter.com/PMjFv7iswt
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) February 18, 2023
Liverpool are monitoring a lots of breakout superstars across the world including experienced players playing for big competitions and future youngsters as well.
According to Football Insider, Liverpool is monitoring young Colombian defender Kevin Mantilla who has displayed a jaw dropping display at the South American U20 Championship and has been caught under the radar of Liverpool Scout.
Liverpool has a prolonged interest in Borussia Dortmund’s wonderkid Jude Bellingham as the Reds see their future midfielder in him as well as leadership attributes of the Englishman and they will be doing their level best to capture the young sensation.
Klopp on Bellingham and other players still being available for Liverpool, even without Champions League football: pic.twitter.com/NMtmkMCX1p
— The Anfield Talk (@TheAnfieldTalk) February 18, 2023
Mason Mount has been going through a rough patch of time with Chelsea as the midfielder found it difficult to establish himself as a regular under new manager Graham Potter.
According to the Daily Mail, Liverpool are figuring a sensational move for the Englishman to strenghten the squad as he could contribute a vital role in terms of the system Jurgen Klopp’s playstyle.
— Anfield Edition (@AnfieldEdition) February 11, 2023
Liverpool’s primary target is to finish to the top four as they reduced the gap upto six points from the fourth spot holders Newcastle United following their 2-0 victory over them and look to put pressure with a continuation of good form they are in.