Liverpool’s manager Jurgen Klopp has insisted that his team doesn’t need any massive rebuild amid the team struggling for results this season.
The defending champions have found themselves in a very tough position, after a horrid run following series of key injuries ruining their campaign. Key notable sidelines include Virgil Van Dijk and Joe Gomez who have missed most of this season’s matches while also their Captain Jordan Henderson has joined them in the list after undergoing surgery after a groin injury.
With the Reds in the fight for Champions League glory, Liverpool’s manager doesn’t think it is ideal to massively rebuild his team. Germany argues that his squad in this campaign has not had a chance of playing together. He however feels that little readjustments have to be done as it will make sense if the current problem is looked into.
He currently feels that the club cannot do much this summer but he thinks reacting to upcoming situations and planning at the same time for the future for all kinds of things that have happened this summer is what they will try to do.
Liverpool has just had only two premier league wins since Christmas, raising concern about the quality of his squad. The team currently lags at sixth in the premier league table which leaves them at the brink of missing direct qualification to the Prestigious Champions League competition.
The Skysports pundit Jamie Redknapp believes that the Reds will not have a quick turn around in their previously enjoyed fortunes as he believes his former club is not feared anymore. He further predicts more setbacks for his old club between now and the end of the season. He feels that with the current form he would not be surprised if Liverpool doesn’t make it to the top four.
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