Jurgen Klopp reveal what he want before transfer deadline


Jurgen Klopp has revealed he's more keen on tying his players down to new contracts than signing from the market this summer

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The Liverpool boss secured a low key transfer of Sepp Van den Berg from PEC Zwolle in June and has been expected to add more new legs from the market since then.

But it now appears the German is not considering entering the new season with more than what he has left on ground having spent nearly £250million in 2018.

With less than two weeks left to the end of this summer window, Klopp has insisted his main focus is trying to get his current players a new contract while he is not expecting any major business from the outside.

"That's [players signing new contracts] actually our transfers, but nobody's interested in hearing that really because that's how it is," Klopp told ESPN FC.

"You have a player, he's good, you want to keep him.

"If he signs a new contract then for a few people, it means only that he will be more expensive when we sell him or whatever, or that it doesn't mean anything nowadays.

"In our case, these are our transfers. The new contracts and keeping these boys here is a strong, strong signal for the outside world. It's wonderful sign, to be honest.

"I like the fact that these boys are really at a good football age. They won the European Cup, which is good and helps of course because it increases your base."

Jurgen Klopp is now preparing for his first test to the new season when his Liverpool side take on rivals Manchester City in the Community Shield on August 4 at Wembley.

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