Jurgen Klopp believes the impact of Coronavirus to football will still affect big money moves in the transfer window
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has revealed he doesn’t see big-money transfers happening this summer and the impact of Coronavirus to the football fraternity.
According to the Reds manager, it is unlikely for mega deals to happen this summer due to the ongoing financial implications of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Klopp say he is expecting a mysterious summer transfer window, and doubts whether the likes of Kylian Mbappe, Jadon Sancho and Erling Halaand will be involved in big-money moves.
“The market will be strange. I hear a lot about big-money moves, is Mbappe going or not, Halaand, Sancho, these kind of things. I don’t see that happening a lot this summer because the football world is still not in the same place it was before,” Klopp on this summer transfer window.
Jurgen Klopp on whether lack of Champions League football will have impact his on signings
Liverpool boss was asked about his own plans of strengthening his squad and if lack of Champions League football will strongly affect his clubs business.
“Not playing in Champions League doesn’t help obviously, but it is not our biggest problem.
“Getting players back from injury makes us already better. These are our first transfers. We don’t know exactly when that will happen, but it will happen. All the rest, we have to see.”