Jurgen Klopp suggests Liverpool transfer activity may not be over

Jurgen Klopp suggests Liverpool transfer activity may not be over

Jurgen Klopp suggests Liverpool transfer activity may not be over

Klopp had already addressed other shortcomings at the back by paying £75m for the dominant Van Dijk, with Dejan Lovren becoming better as a result and with Andrew Robertson's remarkable development into a high-class left-back.

The German manager was asked about potential activity in the final few days of the window, which is due to shut at 5pm on Thursday, following a 5-0 victory over Napoli in Dublin.

"He's quite positive because he's not been given a mirror yet", said Reds boss Jurgen Klopp.

"I can not kill your D-day (Sky Sports Deadline Day) show, people sit there in front of the television all day waiting", he added.

Klopp also hinted that he will need to sell some of Liverpool's deadwood before the 5pm deadline on August 9. Leicester City might have won the league title with a thin squad, but they more or less had their entire first team fit for the whole season and didn't have the headache of European football to worry about.

"He can still play as the eight or we could play some games with a double six, Fabinho could play the eight or whatever, that's all possible".

Today, Chelsea are linked with Liverpool target Nabil Fekir...

One midfielder linked with a move to the Blues is long term Liverpool target Nabil Fekir with France Football reporting that the London club have made a move for the World Cup victor.

Well, another rumour has now emerged from French source L'Equipe and it's one that Liverpool fans ought to pay attention to.

It appears that Chelsea have been alerted by this news and have chose to make a fresh approach after they unsuccessfully tried to sign him earlier in the summer.

But any hopes of Liverpool making a last-minute bid have been dashed as L'Equipe add that they are unwilling to renew their interest in the France worldwide.

He added: "Arsenal and Chelsea will be stronger than previous year".

Liverpool have had a pretty impressive summer transfer window and a lot of teams have taken notice of how early the Merseyside club have got their summer transfer done.

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