Klopp has something to say to other clubs: 'I'm not available'
- The boss might think about taking a job in Germany but only if he is available
- And now he is NOT available
- About the transfer window Jurgen said that he is not fond of spending a lot
On taking a job in Germany
"If I am asked one day and I am available then I would think about it.
"But am I thinking about it right now, in my current situation when I am tied to Liverpool for the next four years and because Germany have just played a bad World Cup? No. I'm not available."
On transfer window and what can be achieved by Liverpool in 2018-19
"I still do not like it [spending big].
"But I cannot say now ‘we will not go there’ because my job is to make Liverpool as strong as possible.
The boss and the summer signings! pic.twitter.com/HppHhaNCqg— Karl (@Karlton81) August 6, 2018
"Regarding our net spend in the past transfer windows, we are still far behind any of our rivals.
"The quality of the players is now there, but the quality of a team depends on whether the players can reach their potential."
Despite being not fully happy with the transfer window, Klopp has big expectations about the new season. He wrote about it in his column: "I’ve spent a lot of the summer being asked about what we expect of ourselves this season and what a fair expectation is from others. I can address that in two parts. Firstly, our own expectations are always the highest you can imagine – why wouldn’t they be? I start every season with the highest ambition and want the maximum. I've always been like this. The moment I don’t have that, I will be sat watching the matches as a spectator and not a manager.