Klopp keen to get ready to go a new level in transfer market

Klopp is convinced Liverpool are in “a good moment” to compete for their chosen transfer targets.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp believes they’re ready to go to a new level in the transfer market.

Klopp joined his assistants Pep Lijnders and Peter Krawietz this week extending his Anfield deal for two more years. He is convinced Liverpool are in “a good moment” to compete for their chosen transfer targets.

“I cannot remember that we struggle to get players in that we wanted to get in.

“I think Philippe (Coutinho) was the last one probably (that we lost) but that always can happen. At the moment the boys play really good football and the club is in a good place.

The forthcoming transfer window will be the first in several years without the input of Michael Edwards, who will imminently be officially succeeded by Julian Ward in the role of sporting director at Liverpool.

Klopp added: “You might remember from the first press conference I was asked about the transfer committee, it was the first time I met people and I was told maybe to say this and that… (laughter).

“So I really thought ‘what was the problem of the transfer committee?’, and I just had to understand the word. We just sit a few smart people together and talk about transfers, can we do it or can we not do it, one says ‘the money is too much’, the other says ‘I have information about his character’ and one says ‘forget all that, I want him because he is so good’.

“That is what I understand was the transfer committee – people who work in the same direction. We have to be more economical (than other teams) because there are no endless resources. That is how it is and that is fine as well.”

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