Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has refused to rule out making a move in the January transfer window, but hasn’t let any plans slip through his lips.
The German was speaking at Melwood ahead of the Reds’ clash with local rivals Everton, and was quizzed on potential moves for next month.
“With us, we do not speak about it,” he’s quoted as saying by Chris Bascombe. “We are ready if we can do something that will help us, if not then not. We will see.”
I mean – he’s hardly said that we’re going to be making a move for anyone, but it’d be typical of Klopp to simply say something like ‘I’m happy with my squad and the strength we have shown’, but he hasn’t here.
Purely my opinion, but I think a move for Werner is probably the most likely of the lot – Sancho is too much of a big money move, the same goes for Kylian Mbappe, and I’m not convinced we’re actually interested in Genk midfielder Berge.
That being said, it’s rare that the boss would let anything slip. Remember the signing of Fabinho? Out. Of. Nowhere.