Jurgen Klopp: Transition needs time if you don’t have endless money

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Jurgen Klopp: Transition needs time if you don’t have endless money

Last year in April, Jurgen Klopp extended his contract with Liverpool. The team from Anfield is not showing what is expected of them this season, and many are disappointed with the German expert and his team. Jurgen explained what his goal is, and it seems that big changes will happen in the summer.

"I’m not saying it’s the biggest challenge, but it’s a challenge, and it was one of the main reasons why I signed a new contract because I knew it’s necessary,” Klopp said for BT Sport. “It will not go overnight and imagine the situation now with another coach in the chair.

I would be somewhere on holiday, and everybody would shout my name ‘with him it would not have happened!’. I’m obviously not a miracle worker."

Injuries and transition

Injury problems are also a serious problem for him.

Klopp is aware that a lot has to change. “That’s why it’s good how it is, because all the problems you have in a transition time period, we have an awful lot of injuries, and that makes life really complicated.

I have no problem with that because I see obviously… I know the majority of the outside world is just interested in the short term but we have to be long-term focused as well, and that’s what we are”. Klopp believes that it took some time to create the team.

Except for some.. "There are obviously plenty of different ways you can do it, but it’s all based on the situation you are in, especially with the things happening around, Chelsea with the new ownership obviously, nobody knows exactly how they do it, how they can spend this much money.

Other teams, nobody likes me talking about that... but transition needs time if you don’t have endless money, otherwise you can change overnight pretty much, bringing in 10 players."

Jurgen Klopp