“For the moment, I am the coach of Real Madrid, and Klopp is that of Liverpool.”
While Liverpool may feel confident that Klopp hasn’t got wandering eyes following their dismal season this campaign, the speculation could also kick them into gear in the transfer market.
Other than the signings of Thiago and Jota last summer, Liverpool have been relatively quiet in the transfer market for the past five windows.
But with Liverpool currently 22 points behind league-leaders Manchester City, there is a need to make some big changes in the summer.
Priority number one will be giving Klopp enough options in defence to avoid a similar situation to what happened this year.