Klopp: ‘Infinite money is a problem’

Klopp: 'Infinite money is a problem'

Chelsea, we’re talking to you.

In a press conference on the eve of the reception of Bournemouth, Jürgen Klopp was notably questioned about the transfer window, a few minutes after the formalization of the arrival of Wataru Endō in Liverpool. As often, the German technician did not make a fuss and pointed to the new standards of the transfer market: “Everything is so difficult today. There are a lot of different things this year. As a normal club, it is difficult to catch up with other teams. I don’t blame anyone, but that’s the way it is. Saudi Arabia is not making it easy either. Our window closes next month, but other windows remain open. Infinite money is a problem. What can we do now? It would be nice if someone could find a solution or a settlement, I don’t know. »

A fairly hidden tackle against Chelsea in particular, who recently overtook Liverpool in two cases: those of the midfielders Roméo Lavia and Moisés Caicedo. The German also lost Roberto Firmino, Fabinho or Jordan Henderson a little earlier, both of whom left for Saudi Arabia to fill their bank account.

Well, despite everything, Liverpool have still slammed more than 130 million on three players since the start of the transfer window (70 for Szoboszlai, 42 for Mac Allister and 19 for Endō), it’s not so bad.


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