Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists his 2023/24 squad will be strong, and that all transfer activities will be concluded in time.
The Reds are approaching the new season after an immensely disheartening 2022/23 campaign, during which they finished fifth in the Premier League and experienced early exits from all three cup competitions.
Klopp, in collaboration with the newly appointed sporting director Jorg Schmadtke, has taken steps to rejuvenate the squad and has already added Brighton’s Alexis Mac Allister and RB Leipzig’s Dominik Szoboszlai to bolster the midfield.
Nonetheless, Liverpool are faced with the prospect of losing Jordan Henderson and Fabinho to Saudi Pro League clubs Al Ettifaq and Al Ittihad, respectively.”My main focus and my main energy has to go into the training sessions, that’s what I do,” he said.
“The time left and right of the sessions then I can try and sort other stuff, and that’s what we are doing.”Still around three to four weeks until the first game of the season, a few things have to happen until then. Definitely. Transfer market-wise as well, that’s clear now.
“It will happen, and we will have a good team.”