"Not for the first time during Jurgen Klopp's reign at Anfield, Liverpool look set to be in profit from player trading at the end of a transfer window and that is not what the fans want to see in this era of insane spending". "Why pay Barca a big amount of money for a player like Phil Coutinho because he's pretty rare?" But Jurgen Klopp has indicated the club's spending this month is over, warning reporters last Friday [27 January] not to expect any late deals ahead of Wednesday's [31 January] transfer deadline. It's not that anybody thinks or expects too much from us. It's not about replacing anybody. It's about using our own tools, players and tactics.
"We started in front, our offensive play was okay, but in the defence we had problems", Matip told Liverpoolfc.com after the West Brom defeat. Swansea City clinched a narrow win over Jurgen Klopp's side last Monday (22 January) before the Baggies brought a premature end to their only remaining domestic cup run with a 3-2 win at Anfield on Saturday.
The solution is not out there in the transfer market at the moment.
"Saying okay guys, I know we said that but is there a possibility".
Sturridge looks all set to be signing on loan for Newcastle, according to The Times, after a move to Inter Milan collapsed. 'Long-term we will do a lot [in the transfer window]. We always have open eyes but there is not something out there for us.
Klopp said the club had planned for the entire season and had no reason to panic in January.
"It was only a few days ago we were here talking about Manchester City, one of the best football games we were a part of".