Jürgen Klopp criticized the transfer policy of the competitors. The German coach of Liverpool spoke about the differences between Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool.
At a time when Manchester City and London’s Chelsea, despite the coronary crisis, have spent quite a lot of money on their transfers, there is calm around Liverpool in this regard. The English champions have made only one transfer this summer – they took over the left-back Konstantinos Tsimikas from Greek Olympiacos and paid him around 13 million euros.
On the other hand, Dejan Lovren (€ 12 million), Adam Lallana (for free), and Nathaniel Cline (without a club) left the team. However, these players had almost no role in the team last season.
Liverpool transfer cases were evaluated by the team’s head coach Jurgen Klopp. The German said he did not think the club’s passivity in the transfer market was a problem: “There is a lot of uncertainty in the world right now,” Klopp said in an interview with BBC Radio. Their owners are oligarchs – that is the truth. We are a different type of club. ”
Recall that the English Premier League starts next weekend. Liverpool will host Leeds United in the first round on September 12.