Klopp hints: Liverpool will spend big again

Klopp hints: Liverpool will spend big again

Then, he spent £75 million to make Virgil van Dijk the most expensive defender in the world and watched the Holland centre back tear a hole in his argument.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says he will do everything he can to help Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane get closer to the Ballon d'Or.

"When the player is the right player it is not important how expensive he was".

"We have to defend these situations better", he said. The owners are ready for that.

"Even if some of us will not be serious in other countries to solve their problems with the next big signing, then the next big signing!" If the player is the right player this club will pay big money.

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"It's all about timing, doing the right thing at the right moment". If it's not the right player, it's not the value of the player.

Mane finished 23rd in the 2017 edition, while Salah did not make the top 30 despite shining for AS Roma and Egypt a year ago. We can not say the exact numbers but was it £40m for Mo Salah?

"It still needs to be the mix of bringing in the new player and letting the group grow". "That's how it is".

"This is not what you expect from a great club like Manchester United, but Mourinho said after the game he doesn't care what anything thinks about him and he always seems to take delight in destroying attacking teams and winning on his own terms".

Former Liverpool star David Thompson has pointed the finger at Reds boss Jurgen Klopp and his management team, arguing that the club's first eleven are just as good as Manchester City's. "You can make it better in the long term but nobody is waiting for the long term".

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