Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has laid out his transfer plans for the January window by insisting that he won’t be spending money for the sake of it as he feels his squad already has adequate cover, the Daily Star reports.
Under the German tactician’s early stewardship, The Reds have made it through to the next round of the Europa League as well as booking a place in the semi-final of the Capital One Cup.
The club will be hoping to get their title hopes back on track with this weekend’s meeting with West Brom on the horizon, but he spelled out that the transfer window could be quieter than many are expecting as he won’t go charging in with a blank cheque book, and will only spend when he feels is necessary.
“In January we have don’t know how many games we have, maybe every three days, so we have to be prepared.
“We know all the players in world football – some fit us some don’t so we will see what happens.”
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