Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says his plans for the summer transfer market will not affect them. If he misses next season’s Champions League. While young midfielder Fabio Carvalho will leave to gain experience. Elsewhere on loan
The English Premier League’s Champions League quota has been completed as Manchester United defeated Chelsea 4-1 yesterday, leaving points overwhelming, with Newcastle, Arsenal and Manchester City waiting to compete. group stage, while the Reds only get tickets for the Europa League group stage.
Asked the heart of the 55-carat coach, he admitted that he dropped it in the first place because this season the team was not good enough. But the small European Club Championship stage No effect on the blueprint for strengthening the army from June 14 UFABET
“I don’t think it will affect us missing the Champions League, but we’ll have to see if the target players see that.”
Klopp said at his pre-match press conference Southampton (28 May)
“It may always be like that, or it’s not as big an impact as you think. Because those good players. There is a small minority of clubs with the intention of letting him go. That is something we have to prepare ourselves for.”
“We have time because we have players coming in tomorrow or in the next six or seven weeks. Personally, I can play any program without any effect.
At the same time, ‘JK’ plans to let Carvalho, who has just joined in the 2022-23 season, seek more regular playing opportunities elsewhere in order to come back stronger than ever.
“It’s possible Fabio Carvalho will go out on loan.” added Klopp.
“This may not be the best year of his career. But it was probably the most important year – no one impressed me more than this boy.
“Practicing diligence will brighten your career path. The self-status response is something I’ve never seen before. Unbelievable.”
“Other than that, there are no plans. Wait for a decision during pre-season.
The 20 -year- old player has a contract until June 2027 , his first year at Anfield in 21 appearances in all competitions, scoring 3 goals, lower than expected when he moved from Fulham .