Jurgen Klopp, the manager of Liverpool, thinks his team has a good chance of winning at Anfield in the future.
Despite their failures in the Premier League and Champions League this season, Jurgen Klopp believes Liverpool have the perfect combination of youth and experience for a successful future.
But as the Anfield recruitment team completes plans for a much-publicized midfield reconstruction, the Reds manager has confirmed that there will be departures from the playing staff this summer.
Because Manchester United currently leads by four points despite having played one fewer game than the Reds, who are currently in fifth place in the Premier League standings, they risk missing out on Champions League qualification for the first time since 2016.
Nevertheless, despite the club’s uncertain future in Europe, the recruitment department has been working arduously behind the scenes to arrange summer deals, with Brighton and Argentina star Alexis Mac Allister emerging as a top transfer target.
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The Reds’ seasoned vice-captain James Milner, on the other hand, is set to leave the organization this summer after an illustrious eight-year Merseyside career during which he has captured every major trophy. All four midfielders are expected to leave when their contracts expire at the end of June, including Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Naby Keita, and Arthur Melo.
After deciding to drop their interest in Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham, who would have demanded a fee in the neighborhood of £130 million to be prised away from the Signal Iduna Park in the upcoming transfer window, Liverpool are reportedly in the market for at least two midfielders.
And the Chelsea duo of Conor Gallagher and Mason Mount are reportedly considering taking a different, more pragmatic approach to resolving their glaring engine room problems.
Prior to Saturday’s Premier League match against Brentford, Klopp insisted that despite plans to make changes to certain areas of the roster, his team already has the best foundation for a promising future.
“Honestly, I adore this team. It’s a really good group, said Klopp. “Yes, we will change a little, that much is obvious, but the fundamentals are fantastic.
Age-wise, the foundation is excellent. First line, last line. Yes, we also have incredibly young talent in the midfield. There is everything there that you require to view it in a truly optimistic and positive light.”
The German said that a lack of confidence among the playing ranks has been a significant factor in the problems that have plagued Liverpool’s campaign this season and ultimately forced them into a last-ditch effort to qualify for the Champions League. However, he said that he has seen enough positives throughout a gloomy campaign to hold out hope that his team can return to their previous trophy-winning heights.
He continued to Sky Sports, “I watch the players, I see them in training.”. Yes, I observed many poor sessions, but not from an attitude standpoint; rather, from a confidence standpoint. These moments – we had them – were comparable to passing up opportunities in practice where I would have said, “Oh my God, that was more difficult than finishing it off.”
But I also see the positives in all the other things.”