Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has hinted strongly he’s set to break the side’s transfer record once again amid France international Thomas Lemar Liverpool speculations cropping up once again.
Massive winter buy
The Merseyside club spent £75m signing Dutch international Virgil van Dijk in January from Southampton, a club-record buy and the biggest transfer fee ever spent on a defender, as per BBC Sport.
Le 10 Sport suggested this week that the Thomas Lemar Liverpool transfer deal could still be on as discussions progress pretty well, despite the Liverpool Echo reporting previously that the transfer could be in major doubt due to Lemar’s club AS Monaco’s £90million valuation for the player.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has been reported as saying the Dutch defender signing is not a one-off and that the side could pay huge money for a player once again if he meets their requirements.
Klopp set to break transfer record once again
This claims the German coach is set to break Liverpool’s transfer record once again if the need arises, which seems possible considering the state of the transfer market right now.
Thomas Lemar shone for French Ligue 1 side Monaco last term and despite a little dip in form this season, he seems a good replacement for Brazil international Philippe Coutinho up front after his New Year exit to FC Barcelona.