Liverpool chief of staff Jurgen Klopp has explained his view of the upcoming Reds’ activity in the transfer market after the Champions League draw
The Merseysiders must have been relieved to see Porto as their rivals in the Champions League quarter-finals although they will have a difficult task in the semis should they eliminate the Dragons.
One of Manchester United and Barcelona will confront the winner of this tie, with Jurgen Klopp’s men entering this round as huge favorites to go through.
While they have the chance to repeat last year’s success and reach the top four in Europe, Liverpool can also lift the Premier League crown for the first time in the 21st century.
Given the fact they are currently running for two major trophies, the German manager believes his team does not require significant changes at the end of the season.
“I don’t think this is a team at the moment where we have to spend the big money or whatever,” he said.
“The best way to do it is to bring together a group of players, try to develop them altogether and then stay together for a while.
“And that was maybe the main problem of Liverpool for the last decade. When they had a good team, after a season they went all over the world. That will not happen this year for sure.”
Let’s not forget that Liverpool set two world-record signings during Klopp’s mandate by capturing Alisson Becker and Virgil van Dijk.