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Liverpool don't need to sign another centre-back - Klopp

08 August, 2017, 00:16 | Author: Carla Brady
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The 26-year-old added that he had held a number of discussions with former manager Claude Puel, representatives of the board and current boss Mauricio Pellegrino over the past six months where he had informed them of his desire to leave.

The Saints even reported Liverpool to the Premier League, accusing them of making an illegal approach for their player, a move which led Liverpool to announce they had ended their interest.

Dick Advocaat says that he can "understand" Virgil van Dijk's decision to try and force his exit from Southampton. I don't think we need more.

"There's still three weeks to go [in the transfer window] and I wouldn't be surprised if Jurgen's got a couple of cards up his sleeve and he brought a couple of big signings in", Gerrard told BT Sport.

A source close to Van Dijk claimed on July 25 that the center back would be with Liverpool by the end of the transfer window. "It's hard how it is", Klopp has told reporters. Then you win a prize!

"We can not force things and we would never get a centre-back just because someone is available".

You can imagine we are still working on different things and we will see if it works.

The Netherlands worldwide escalated his bid to leave the south-coast club after discovering he was being fined two weeks' wages as a disciplinary sanction.

Klopp was particularly impressed by a series of mature pre-season displays by left back Alberto Moreno, who struggled for form during the majority of last campaign. "I will be appealing what I feel to be an unjustified sanction and their inability to follow the correct disciplinary protocol in due course", he said in a statement. "With Champions League football now secure, Klopp knows this is an opportunity his club simply can not ignore".

In what could be called a stunning turnaround, Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp recently spoke of the club's transfer targets.



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