(Video) Klopp makes his FSG stance clear with transfer budget outburst

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There are many Liverpool fans who are pointing the finger at FSG for not backing Jurgen Klopp in the transfer market and it appears that the German has provided an insight into his thoughts on the matter.

Frustrated by another question about money, the 55-year-old said: “Do I have to tell you again the money story?”.

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He then began to list several issues he has with people mentioning money all the time but did seem to infer that his hands are tied and it’s ultimately not up to him on who is brought into the club.

It’s a worrying mood for us to see our manager in but could also be a public plea to the owners that he wants investment and quickly.

You can watch Klopp’s comments on the transfer window via @empireofthekop on Twitter:

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2 Comments

  1. Fair play to the reporter for asking the question and Klopp fudged it a bit. Why a striker and not a midfielder?
    Where’s Billy Hogan?….would love to see him answering the question. Klopps sent out to take the steam out of things…..that being FSGs financial misery

  2. If he is so worried about numbers and people coming back from injury and there not being enough space for Champions League places once the injured players return then why not release Keita and Ox because they will leave for free in the summer anyway and spend over 60% of the season injured anyway. Get rid of Arthur Melo who’s wages are being fully covered by Liverpool. Let them go and free up 3 spaces for two midfield players at least. Klopp is great at excuses but everyone could see midfield was a problem last season. Salah is having a terrible season, all the defenders in the league know how to stop him, he will leave in the summer too, Klopp afraid to drop him for poor performances. Henderson spent all game today just running aimlessly, waste of space, Fabinho too slow, Trent as per usual no discipline defensively and caught out of position too many times, Brighton sucked him out of position then they just played a ball in behind. I’m very worried if we don’t make two additions in central midfield. Any chance of Bellingham will depend on us qualifying for the Champions League. Aston Villa sacked Steven Gerrard over poor results……. Aston Villa are 3 points behind us. Klopp is gonna walk or get sacked

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