Liverpool reportedly could enter deal for attacker with Championship side

Liverpool reportedly could enter deal for attacker with Championship side

Liverpool reportedly could enter deal for attacker with Championship side

"We pretty much have all what you need, ' he said, as quoted by the Daily Mail".

Having been warned off Virgil van Dijk earlier this summer, Liverpool are ready to launch a fresh bid for the Southampton defender, and The Sun reports Reds are prepared to pay £60m for the 25-year-old centre-half.

"I think Liverpool believe that Keita wants to come and they believe via intermediaries that they have an understanding of what his terms would be". The defensive midfielder is said to be keen to work under Klopp, but his current employers are unwilling to sanction the sale.

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"Things like this happen in life, not only football".

Klopp admits he would rather have had more new signings through the door as the club begin their pre-season tour of Asia but is choosing to remain calm.

This has seen some sections of the Liverpool support grow oddly frustrated with a perceived lack of activity, despite there being clear progress behind the scenes. "He needs more time as he's only had six days with us and everything is completely new (but) I think he will be flawless in this system".

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"I think they've got to find another way of winning games". Nothing happens here! Everything happens there!' We can not think like this.

"If I could decide alone, we would already have them because I like to have everyone here for the first day of training at the latest".

The only other arrival so far is England Under-20 World Cup victor Dominic Solanke, who joined after his contract expired with Chelsea, but he has already shown glimpses of promise in two separate 45-minute outings so far. So why should I moan about it? You can imagine that happening in England? We want to have the right things (and not) just do something.

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When asked if he had the support from the club owners, Klopp replied: "One hundred percent. It is about how it all fits together".

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