After the German admitted to suffering one of the lowest moment in his career, the American backers Fenway Sports Group are still holding confidence and feel the drop in form is just a blip and believe that Klopp will be able to oversee a revival.
The defending champions currently sit in the eighth position, seven points below fourth-placed Chelsea and are at risk of failing to qualify for the Champions League next season.
Fenway Sports Group have confidence that Liverpool Football Club can be able to deal with the financial implication that may arise should the club miss out on a chance to compete in the Champions League. Liverpool total situation in signing business has however left Klopp angered and disappointed.
During the January transfer window, Klopp was left in frustration as the Fenway Sports Group failed to support him in the manner he wanted after his club was hit with a nightmare of injuries.
Klopp felt that the club had failed him when it was clear that the club did not even think of making a bid for his target Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly whom the Italian giants were ready to part with should Liverpool had agreed to meet the £100m price tag to secure his services.
According to Klopp, the addition of Koulibaly would have helped plug the gap left in his team after Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez and then Joel Matip were all sidelined due to injuries. The club owners felt that the coach never understood hoe serious the clubs’ financial situation was.
Liverpool instead with a view of a £26.5m transfer sanctioned a £1.6million move for Bolton defender Ben Davies and also decided to secure a loan deal for Schalke centre-back Ozan Kabak.
Jurgen Klopp on the matter of not getting the signings he wanted, went on to admit that Manchester City and their Abu Dhabi money tree can be winning titles every season since they can acquire the transfers that are ideal for their club, terming Manchester Citys as a club that has everything, money, manager and players.