Klopp Reveals Who He Could Sign in This Summer Transfer Window
By ERisingokingpin | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 32 views
Liverpool will look to strengthen their squad this summer with new faces expected to arrive at Anfield and be included in the Reds squad for the next season.
According to the Mirror, Klopp has revealed who he could sign in this summer transfer window after being linked to several quality players from Europe top leagues.
Klopp says he will go for Norwegian and Borussia Dortmund man Erling Haaland despite being linked to Mbappe also saying Haaland fit in his squad than Mbappe and he will require a short time for him to settle.
Haaland has scored 32 goals from 30 games which have impressed Klopp and Liverpool fans and the Reds will try to sign the young striker who has plenty to deliver while on the pitch.
Liverpool has struggled for results in the premier league and Klopp believes bringing new faces in the squad will help to solve the problem that is there and return Liverpool to the level is supposed to be as club.
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