Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has publicly defended his spending this summer after spending £200m on players so far.
The German tactician came under huge criticism when he signed Alisson Becker from Roma in a deal which is believed to have cost £67m.
Many Pundits and coaches threw jibes on the German international for the huge price he paid for the Brazilian goaltender.
However, Klopp told reporters that he sees nothing wrong spending much money on players who are capable of winning you trophies.
It should be recalled that Liverpool bought Virgil Van Dijk from Southampton in a deal that made him the most expensive defender in the history of football.
The Reds are the busiest club in the market so far this summer as they have completed six signings and they are still hoping to add one or two players to the team.
Jurgen Klopp also revealed the reason behind his failed move for Atletico Madrid goalie Jan Oblak.
According to the former Borussia Dortmund boss, the La Liga giants were asking too much for the goalie’s signature and that was the main reason he turned his attention to the Roma goalkeeper.
Comparing to other Premier League clubs, Liverpool have spent enough to win them the next season’s League trophy. Alisson Becker, Xhender Shaqiri, Naby Keita, Fabinho and other two youngsters have joined the Reds this summer as they plan to win their first trophy under Jurgen Klopp next season.