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‘Everything is fine…’ – Jurgen Klopp now claims transfer window after Brighton defeat



‘Everything is fine…’ – Jurgen Klopp now claims transfer window after Brighton defeat

With Champions League football looking far from guaranteed for Liverpool at this stage of the season, it’s hard to explain why the club has sustained a lack of transfer market activity.

Jurgen Klopp reiterated after the 2-1 defeat against Brighton, as reported on Twitter by Fabrizio Romano, that his team will not look out the window
to solve problems in the field.

The Merseysiders brought in a signing in the form of Cody Gakpo who put in a greatly improved performance on the south coast.

Whilst we are confident the Dutchman will prove to be a quality addition in the longer term, it remains a little disconcerting that a midfielder has not been prioritized as current senior options continue to disappoint. well with the current team.

We can, of course, appreciate the former Mainz manager’s desire not to throw any of his players under the bus. However, the eyesight test and stats suggest more that Jordan Henderson and Fabinho didn’t contribute much to the proceedings when they were replaced by Naby Keita and Stefan Bajcetic – if anything, the two most Reliable Klopp in the department seemed to actually hamper our progress.

The German is left with only two viable solutions: either keep this last pair on the pitch for as long as possible or dive into the market to ensure a more reliable option is available to give our No 8 a rest. historically fragile when needed.