German manager Jurgen Klopp has just led Liverpool to their first English Premier League title in 30 years but the celebration might be cut short by issues of the summer transfer window.
Klopp has got everything working for him before now and there could be a little switch to the other side as his wish for the summer transfer window is far from being granted.
Following the title win, the Liverpool owners claim that there is no need to do any summer transfer deal, explaining that the team have got the quality that can compete with any team, even in the coming season.
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This claim is now being stressed by the Reds Sporting Director, Michael Edwards who insist on no signing this summer, stressing that he wants to keep his team together.
The stand of the Reds hierarchy is against the wish of manager Jurgen Klopp who will be left disappointed if he does not make any deal happen this window.
It is feared that this could be the beginning of his difficult times at the club and managing it will prove difficult except results on the pitch continues to be positive.
The Reds are reported to be keen on the signature of Italian Serie A outfit Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly but it is unlikely a deal will happen again.