Juergen Klopp determined to land Liverpool's top transfer targets

Joanna Estrada
July 17, 2017

While on pre-season, Klopp has spoken of Liverpool's frustrations in the market.

So what's the issue?

Southampton have slapped a £75m price-tag on Virgil van Dijk [Echo], but Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger reckons he can get the Dutchman for £30m less, according to the Express... "We pretty much have all what you need, ' he said, as quoted by the Daily Mail".

Liverpool fans will be desperate to hang on to the former Bayern Munich man, who has transformed himself from an also-ran into a key member of the team.

It is becoming more and more expected that Robertson will soon be making the move to Liverpool.

It seems that attracting the big names isn't as easy as it once was and it shows how far down the pecking order Liverpool have fallen in since Benitez left.

"Quality players are always welcome but we have other players like Mane, Phil (Coutinho) so I think it will be a hard job to get in the first XI with so many good players".

"We saw (Salah on Friday) and we will see more of his qualities".

That was until the back end of this season during which he showed glimpses of the man who came to Anfield with a bang, scoring 35 goals in his first season and a half.

Liverpool have unveiled their orange New Balance third kit for the 2017/18 season. He has been deployed to good effect in central defence by Klopp but, with the prospect of a regular starting role limited, the Liverpool manager will not stand in the way of an exit should Lucas opt to leave. I am just concentrating on Liverpool and my fitness.

Youngsters Trent Alexander-Arnold, Ben Woodburn Ryan Kent and Dominic Solanke all make the squad and will be hoping to impress with the minutes afforded to them but there is no room for unwanted duo Lazar Markovic and Mamadou Sakho.

"We really feel good that we can keep the team together that played last season".

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