Liverpool have been crowned champions of this season’s English Premier League after Chelsea defeated Man City during the week.
There are a number of things to be happy about at Liverpool including winning the first league title in 30 years and emerging winner of the league with about seven games to spare.
This has been attributed to the great job done by German manager Jurgen Klopp over the years.
Jurgen Klopp is expected to now have it cool at the Anfield but it is feared that will not happen following claims that the club hierarchy will not give nod to his transfer wishes.
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Transfer expert Duncan Castles made this known when he stated that Jurgen Klopp wishes to add depth to his squad despite winning the league.
According to Klopp, there is a need to build on this seasons’ success to be able to maintain the winning run but Castles claims Liverpool owners, Fenway Sports Group, do not share the same sentiment. They are of the belief that the current team can still compete and are even ahead of others.
Suggestions from some quarters are that Klopp is already unhappy about this development and will make reference to it if they fail to deliver the same performance next season.