Jurgen Klopp has taken Premier League by storm with his enigmatic presence on the touchlines. Despite his influential presence, Klopp has been unable to bring in the much needed consistency to his Liverpool players.
Ever since Klopp’s arrival in December last year, The Reds have played some exciting football to go with their vital wins over Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United. However, Liverpool’s failure to win back-to-back games has been an irritating part about their time under the German manager.
Klopp took over the team mid-season thus he has not been asked a lot of questions given how he inherited an under-confident side playing poorly for Brendan Rodgers. Considering Liverpool’s position under Rodgers, current team looks like a significant upgrade to many club supporters.
However, Klopp’s work at Anfield is not done yet. He was brought in to once again take Liverpool closer to the promise land where they can fight on all fronts in England and in Europe. To do that, Klopp needs two transfer windows where he is calling the shots.
Liverpool’s transfer committee have been making the calls for their managers in recent past but they need to take a back seat as Klopp would want to bring in certain type of players which fit his regime and playing style.
More than bringing new players, Klopp will be expected to throw the dead wood out of Liverpool football club. Players like Simon Mignolet, Martin Skrtel, Joe Allan, Lucas Leiva, Kolo Toure and Christian Benteke may have performed admirably for Liverpool in the past, but it is time for them to seek a swift exit from Anfield.
Klopp needs to be ruthless in letting players go so that he is able to make room for the new signings. Joel Matip has already agreed a move to Liverpool and there have been constant rumours of Mario Gotze being an option for Jurgen Klopp in the summer.
Summer transfer window is few weeks away from opening, until then Klopp needs to finish the season strongly and take a concrete note of the players he would like to sell next season. Jurgen Klopp’s Anfield exodus could kick-start a whole new era of dominance at Liverpool football club.
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