Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool coach says there is no defense of 80 million pounds to sign in the January transfer window | football news
Jürgen Klopp believes there is no defense of 80 million pounds available to sign in the January transfer window as Liverpool look for “solutions” to the defensive injury crisis.
Klopp suffered more setbacks on Thursday Fabinho and Joel Matip added to the long absentee list, Which actually included Virgil van Dyck and Joe Gomez.
The Liverpool manager said there was a “glimmer of hope” about the seriousness of Matip’s injury, after he forced the defender out between half-time in the win over Tottenham, but the club was still awaiting the results of the test on his damaged ankle. Ligaments.
Fabinho – who missed Thursday’s match due to a muscle injury – was excluded from Sunday’s trip to West Ham, live on Sky Sports.
Speaking before the weekend match, Klopp said his team was working tirelessly to “find the right player” but he did not expect any marquee contracts.
Klopp said: “I’m not sure if there is a central center of £ 80 million at the moment, or I know that a lot.”
“A player of this level, I am not sure the teams will sell them now.
“We need to find the right player, it is clear, and he has to match our financial situation.”
Klopp previously played down Liverpool’s need for a new defender, but when asked if the urgency had increased, he replied: “My thoughts have not changed, maybe my words have changed, but this is because of my English.
“It’s the same situation as before, we are working on it. If we don’t sleep, then we work.
“Everything is usually long-term. It’s about solutions and that’s what we’re working on.”