Jurgen Norbert Klopp is a German professional football manager and former player who is the manager of Premier League club Liverpool. He is regarded by many as one of the best managers in the world.
Jurgen Klopp in the early hours sent a strong message to Liverpool’s Premier League title rivals by saying his side are prepared to adjust to any new difficulties they may confront this season.
Liverpool may have lifted their first title in quite a while last term, breaking a large group of records in route, yet the German manager is prepared for the danger from various sides hoping to wrestle the trophy away from Merseyside.
“It’s completely normal that we have to make another step because other teams will make other steps as well,” Klopp exclusively told Sky Sports News.
“It has nothing to do with being champions, we constantly try to develop and find solutions to the new challenges before we have the problems with them. That’s how football works.”
“So it’s not only about changing things it’s about finding the right approach and plan again for this season.”
While Liverpool look set to include only their subsequent summer marking to their crew with the appearance of Thiago Alcantara from Bayern Munich, different clubs have spent vigorously trying to close the hole this term.
Sunday’s rivals Chelsea have spent more than £200m on newcomers in a mid year of Stamford Bridge modifying and in spite of the fact that Klopp demands Liverpool were not the same as “clubs possessed by nations and oligarchs”, he generally approves of how Chelsea manager Frank Lampard, or any club, do their business.
“Between Frank (Lampard) and me there is absolutely nothing – I admired him and loved him as a player and now he is doing a really good job as a coach,” Klopp said.
“So I can’t help you with some ‘rivalry’ between us, we will obviously be rivals on Sunday but apart from vthat it’s all good.
“We are different clubs, leading in a different way, that’s how it is – we invest what we earn and sometimes we invest before we earn but it’s still based on these kind of things and it’s not like this for other clubs.
“Whatever they do though I am completely fine with that – they can all do what they want and it’s a free world. We have our way of dealing with the club.”