Jurgen Klopps hints at Liverpool’s transfer policy for the rest of the window


Jurgen Klopps hints at Liverpool’s transfer policy for the rest of the window

Liverpool’s slow transfer window

Fresh off the back of sneaking into a third-place finish on the final day of last season, this summer has seen little by way of transfer business on the red half of Merseyside. Ibrahim Konate joined the club from RB Leipzig in a deal worth 36 million pounds, but aside from that there have been no further incomings.

On the departures front, however, Liverpool have lost Georginio Wijnaldum to Paris Saint Germain, while they have also offloaded fringe players Harry Wilson, Marko Grujic and Taiwo Awoniyi.

Klopp outlines transfer plans

With just three weeks of the summer transfer window left, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp was quizzed on his plans in the market. Speaking to TV2, he seemingly suggested that Liverpool will have to continue to sell before they buy any more players, saying:

“You have to make changes from time to time, but then there must be room to do it. We do not want more players.”

Liverpool are open to offers for the likes of Xherdan Shaqiri, Takumi Minamino and Divock Origi, but have so far not managed to find clubs willing to meet their valuations of the players.

Shaqiri is seemingly the closest to leaving, with Lyon and Liverpool reportedly just 2 million euros apart in their valuation of the Swiss player. However, unless the club can shift further squad players, there may be no more incomings at Anfield.

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