Liverpool coach Jürgen Klopp has voiced recently confirmed he will not be too heavy to put millions of pounds to spend in the transfer market. Liverpool have officially become the new champion of the English Premier League last week after 30 years of waiting and many are wondering whether Anfield team can defend crowns next season.

Klopp claims shock: Liverpool without shopping still will defend throne
Coach Klopp confident with the current squad of Liverpool (Image Source: Internet)

Coach Klopp confident with the current Liverpool squad

Outbreaks of disease caused Covid-19 Premier League postponed for 3 months. Many experts said that this will also significant impact on the summer transfer market. However, coach Jürgen Klopp proved not too keen on it because he thought the war money is not necessarily happening.

Earlier, Liverpool has decided not to continue to compete with Chelsea in recruiting cases striker Timo Werner of Leipzig. "Diseases of course has a great influence to football, both on and off the pitch. That is completely normal, and likely will not have a summer active on the transfer market" - Klopp shared with reporters.

Klopp claims shock: Liverpool without shopping still will defend throne
Liverpool possesses a very deep squad (Image Source: Internet)

Liverpool possesses a very deep squad

"But this team, look at it. This is not a team that you need to change now or in the near future. We do not need more players at all" - The czar German confirmed.

"We can not spend millions of pounds on the goals just because we love it. We never do that. Liverpool will still defend the championship even if no rookie yet" - Klopp self for more info.

Klopp claims shock: Liverpool without shopping still will defend throne
Klopp was very "cool hand" with the transfer in Liverpool (Image Source: Internet)

Klopp was very "cool hand" with the transfer in Liverpool

Contract "blockbuster" of Jürgen Klopp's closest business Alisson Becker recruited for 65 million pounds in 2018. Since then, the transfer amount Liverpool paid out was relatively low. Liverpool's transfer policy of gradual change in the direction of focus for the future with young players and at the same time, actively seeking to develop the talents "home-grown" from the club's youth academy.