Jurgen Klopp confirms Liverpool won't been forced into buying midfielders

Liverpool’s summer transfer business is over.

The Reds currently have Thiago, Curtis Jones and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain occupied in the treatment room.

Fans have called out for signing a midfielder before the deadline day but Klopp insists he won’t bring a player who is not right for the club.

He claims that the club’s transfer business in this summer window is over for now.

“It’s easy for us to bring a midfielder in, it’s not so easy to bring the right midfielder in – for money reasons and contractual reasons,” Klopp told Sky Sports. “Most of the time they go hand in hand.

“It’s not that we deny signing a player if they have a problem with injuries. It’s a different season to the beginning of the pre-season, when everybody told me we needed a new midfielder – it was about the kind of midfielder. And it’s a completely different discussion – we didn’t need a new kind of midfielder.

“But if the right midfielder would have been available, we would have gone there as well. Now the situation changed slightly, that’s true. But it can only be about the right midfielder, that’s not easy.”


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