Klopp: “For some clubs, it does not matter how uncertain the future is, because these clubs belong to countries and oligarchs. We cannot act like Chelsea. Liverpool is another club.”

Liverpool’s German coach Jürgen Klopp has praised the clubs’ performance in the transfer market.

“We live in a world of uncertainty. It is not so important for some clubs how uncertain the future is, as these clubs belong to countries and oligarchs. Liverpool is another club.

We reached the Champions League final two years ago, we won it the following year, and we also won the Premier League gold medals and still remain the same club.

We can’t change everything in a minute and say, ‘We’re going to be like Chelsea now.’ They buy a lot of players. This may be an advantage, but it does not mean that they understand each other. It is not just about quality. You can buy 11 players and hope they show the best football. Here we are talking about working together, which will probably be an advantage for us because we have an established team.

We always want to improve the team, but there are other ways as well. One such way is to hire new players, work in sync, and improve what you are cool at, as well as eliminate what you are not good at. This is football, “the Daily Express quotes Klopp as saying.