In preparation for a “pretty busy period,” Jurgen Klopp has stated that he is prepared as Liverpool looks to bolster their roster in the coming months.
The Reds finished the season unbeaten in 11 games with a remarkable 4-4 draw at relegated Southampton on Sunday afternoon, capping off a wild season.
Liverpool was already aware that they would take fifth after failing to advance to the Champions League for the first time in seven years.
The Reds are anticipating making several new acquisitions in the upcoming transfer market now that both Roberto Firmino and James Milner have already played their final match for the club, joining Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Naby Keita, and on-loan Arthur Melo in departing.
After Liverpool’s season-ending game, Jurgen Klopp admits, “I hated these moments.”.
At least two new midfielders are expected, and Liverpool is getting ready to step up their efforts to sign World Cup winner Alexis Mac Allister from Brighton. Mac Allister gave a strong indication that he intended to leave the Seagulls after crying after their final game against Aston Villa.
Furthermore, Klopp expressed his eagerness to move forward with the transfer process, saying: “I don’t feel like I need a break, not at all. I’m actually in great shape. To be honest, if you had asked me 11 games ago if I wanted a break, I might have given it some thought, but right now, I feel great and have tons of energy.
“I have a break; I don’t have practice or those kinds of things, but hopefully a pretty busy period also starts now in a different aspect of the game, and I’m more than happy to do that,” the player said. Then, in July, we will resume. I will find some time to recharge. ”.