Jurgen Klopp gets furious at journalists over transfer inquiries

Jurgen Klopp angry on journalists

Liverpool are not having a great season so far and thus the frustration has caught up to the Red’s boss Jurgen Klopp, who gets furious at the journalists over transfer inquiries.

Klopp was not able to keep it together when facing a question about more signings for his team.

Speaking in the pre-match press conference ahead of Liverpool’s game against Brighton, Klopp lost his patience when one journalist asked about why the Merseyside giants are not boosting their attacking reinforcement in the transfer window.

Angry response from Klopp to the journalists

Klopp referred to the names of injured players and angrily replied

“The transfer market is not the solution for us. We have the problem that four of our offensive men are injured. If we bought one more, then we would have too many available, and they will return. Darwin will return soon, while the others might take a bit more. If they came back and we bought more, then we would have a big problem.”

The Red’s boss added how his plans have been affected due to the injury issue, especially in European tournaments.

“ We could not even add all of them to our UEFA Champions League squad. There are too many, we had to make a decision on who’s next, about the new guy, and things like that, it’s not that easy.”

Klopp added.

Liverpool’s injury issues

The Reds are currently having trouble in their frontline. With the Uruguayan international Darwin Nunez’s injury increases more worry signs for the Red’s manager. Cody Gakpo and Mo Salah seem to be the only positive hope for the Reds in the current situation.

The Merseyside giants are going to face Brighton for their upcoming Premier League match. The Seagulls are currently one behind the Reds. They have won two out of the last three matches in the PL. Only the league leaders Arsenal were able to stop the inform Brighton side.

Will the Reds be able to stop Brighton and inch closer to reclaim their top 4 spot?

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