Check Out “Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool “must” recruit additional players before the Premier League season.” The Reds have already spent £95 million this summer, completely rebuilding their midfield with the additions of Dominik Szoboszlai from RB Leipzig and Alexis Mac Allister from Brighton.
The Liverpool team, though, is in need of more players, and Romeo Lavia of Southampton has been linked. Jordan Henderson and Fabinho are scheduled to move to Saudi Arabia.
In the “We are Liverpool” podcast, Klopp said, “There are so many things to do.”
“The window for transfers is open. At the moment, if my day had 28 hours, it wouldn’t be a problem because I could easily occupy them.
“With all you have to accomplish, left and right, my primary focus and energy must be directed toward the training sessions, so that’s what I do. I can then try to assist with other things either before or after the sessions.
“The first game of the season is still three and a half weeks away. Prior to it, there are undoubtedly a few transfer market-related events that must take place. That is now apparent.
And that will take place. There must be a change of players. We’ll have an excellent crew.
Romelu Lukaku has broken his silence over his future after Inter Milan ended their pursuit of re-signing the striker.
The Belgian has posted a cryptic tweet taking aim at his critics and also firing out accusations of lies, but it’s unclear who that is directed to.
His post comes amid reports from Italy that describe his breakdown in relationship with Inter and his former teammates at the San Siro.
It has been claimed Inter Milan are no longer interested in bringing Lukaku back from Chelsea on a permanent deal after he ignored their calls and instead courted interest from rivals Juventus.
Recent reports from Gazzetta dello Sport have since claimed Lukaku is trying to patch up the relationship and ‘wants forgiveness’, but Inter are not interested.
It’s also claimed the current Inter players are not interested in having Lukaku back in the dressing room either.
Whether that’s tied to Lukaku’s post is unclear, but the striker has posted on his Instagram page: “When the hate don’t work, they start telling lies.”