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Jürgen Klopp denies further Liverpool transfers: 'As long as there are no injuries or player sales, we have a team' | Football News

Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp has ruled out a new arrival at Anfield, insisting Darwin Nunez will take time to adapt to English football.

Klopp has been happy with the side he has built this summer, with Nunez signing from Benfica for £85m (a club record), Calvin Ramsay from Aberdeen for £6.5m and Fabio from Fulham for an undisclosed fee. I got a new Carvalho. .

Liverpool claim their seventh European title as Real Madrid reclaim the continental champions thanks to Vinicius Junior’s goal at the chaotic Champions League show outside the Stade de France at the end of May I could not do it.

It meant Liverpool finished the season with just four defeats in 63 games in all competitions, struggling but falling short of an unprecedented quad and a notable sale of Sadio Mane to Bayern Munich. Despite this, Klopp sees no reason to further strengthen his ranks.

Klopp watching the win at RB Leipzig

Klopp told Sky Sports:

When pressed about the possibility of leaving, Klopp added:

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Jürgen Klopp happy with Liverpool's summer business
Jürgen Klopp happy with Liverpool’s summer business

Reflecting on rival businesses, the observant Klopp said:

“It was always clear last season that Tottenham were on the right track with players. Manchester City not only got players, they gave two to Arsenal and one to Chelsea.

“We are in a similar situation where we can’t always go with the same team. We need fresh blood and fresh legs. City are in a similar situation to us and we are in a similar way. We did it… Ultimately, they will have great football players in any country, just like we do.

“Everyone has the same chances, we try to give them all. The main goal of this league is always above all to qualify for the already difficult enough Champions League. .

As long as there are no injuries or player turnovers, we have a team.

Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp

“If you get there and still have time to fight for the title, do it. When you qualify for it four years in a row, five years in a row, people may not appreciate it anymore, but it’s all about the title. It’s going to be a big fight.” Champions League place.

“Everyone wants to win the Premier League, but you never know who will be racing. We want to play the best possible season and we are really looking forward to it.”

Klopp is in his seventh full season as Liverpool manager, during which the club has returned to regular contention for the Premier League title, though he has won just one behind closed doors.

‘The change in appearance is obvious,’ said Klopp, looking back on the past six full seasons in managing Merseyside’s red half problems.

“A lot has happened between then and now, but the idea of ​​football hasn’t changed. Thankfully we were able to develop it, but the basics are always the same.

Nunez looked confident through his appearance
Liverpool beat club transfer fee this summer

“Without the intensity and counter-pressing we want to put in, and the football we play, it’s impossible. But on top of that, we’ve developed a lot.

“Regarding the ball, we’re getting better year by year, we’re more consistent. The consistency comes from pre-season, so we have to reach a physical level where we can choose our performances. We have time to train. .

“The best training sessions of the season are the games, but not the whole team plays every three days.

“These are challenges that we face all the time. As always for us, it is how the players take it. So far the boys have been very open, listening and growing. and seems ready to improve.”

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Manager Jürgen Klopp has said changes had to be made to Liverpool’s squad, but downplayed concerns about a lack of midfield players.

“Until now, I have never groaned.”

Klopp recalls with a smile how the intensity of the preseason has changed since his playing days, when the rigors of cardio drills went through the roof and the work of handling the ball was an afterthought – ” We’ve been training too much,” he admits – and he hasn’t paid much attention to the results of this summer’s schedule.

Liverpool take on Manchester City in the Community Shield next Saturday before kicking off their Premier League campaign against Fulham at Craven Cottage on 6 August.

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Former Aston Villa midfielder Lee Hendry believes Jürgen Klopp will bring out the best in signing new Liverpool defender Darwin Nunez.

“The team I played for trained way too much. It was unbelievable!” he continued. “We were vomiting after our sessions. Sports science already knew that, but our coaches didn’t listen. It was better, more often.”

“We were running like we were preparing for an Olympic marathon!

“From a coaching standpoint, last year’s preseason was about four and a half weeks, and I think that was the bare minimum. We rarely get that much time. This year we’re spending three weeks together. Let’s see how we handle that.

Klopp ushered in a golden era in Liverpool’s history and believes his side can be successful again next season. Has a good memory of how it ended and observed that his group wanted more trophies.

Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold reacts at the end of the Champions League final football match between Liverpool and Real Madrid at the Stade de France in Saint Denis near Paris on Saturday 28 May 2022. Real Madrid beat Liverpool 1-0. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Liverpool lost to Real Madrid in Paris.

“It ended the way we liked it – it ended with a parade,” he emphasizes. Thing”

“If you are smart enough, you can pick up information about the loss and do better. I did.”

“The parade helped me a lot. Let’s do it all over again. If we had won the league or the Champions League, nothing would have changed. I’m still sitting here in the same shirt and the same shorts.” Please analyze it in the correct way.”

Klopp: Needs time to get used to Nunez

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Highlights from Liverpool’s 5-0 victory over RB Leipzig. Darwin Nunez, who came on as a substitute at half-time, scored four goals for him.

Klopp celebrated a ‘perfect night’ last week when Darwin Nunez scored four goals in Liverpool’s 5-0 win over RB Leipzig.

“We need time to get used to each other, but that’s perfectly fine,” Klopp says. “It is nonsense to think that he will be at his best after only three days of training.

“The group we have is the best I’ve had in terms of helping people coming in from the outside to settle down. I need time.

“We played differently than Benfica, so for me both sides have to adapt.” [the player and the existing players]In his first two games, he failed to score in about 50 minutes and was quickly brought into talks.

“It’s a crazy world! After that, he scored four goals in the match.

“He’s a really nice guy and loves being here. Our Spanish community players have helped him a lot, already learning English and working hard to understand the basics. Everything We are moving in the right direction.”

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Liverpool match: Reds start at Fulham

Liverpool kick off their 2022/23 Premier League campaign with a lunch trip to newly promoted Fulham on Saturday 6 August.

It will be the fourth season in a row that Liverpool have launched a new campaign for Premier League rookies.

But then, after facing Crystal Palace, Jürgen Klopp’s side will face Manchester United at Old Trafford on 22 August, both games being broadcast live on Sky Sports.

With trips to both Everton and Chelsea scheduled for September, Liverpool will face back-to-back Arsenal and champions Man City on 8 and 15 October respectively.

Liverpool’s final game before the season’s temporary hiatus for the winter World Cup will be against Southampton at Anfield on 12 November, before returning to Aston Villa on Boxing Day.

The Reds then hosted arch-rivals United on 4 March before playing back-to-back tricky fixtures against Arsenal at City (1 April) and Anfield (8 April). and finish the season in Southampton.