Jurgen Klopp stated he won’t make any panic buys following Liverpool’s loss to Burnley, but didn’t rule out possible transfers.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says he would be an “idiot” if he was to create any snap signings following his side’s loss to Burnley on Saturday.
Klopp and Co. went down 2-0 at Turf Moor, much less than a week after they kicked off their Premier League season with a 4-3 win away to Arsenal.
Liverpool had been the dominant side against Burnley, holding more than 80 per cent of your possession and developing an abundance of chances throughout.
But the side failed to break down a resolute defence and the efficiency highlighted their own defensive challenges, which have noticed them concede five objectives from their very first two games.
A single distinct challenge has been the left-back part, with Liverpool fans unconvinced by Spaniard Alberto Moreno, top to James Milner’s commence within the position.
Even so, when asked if the loss would see him look towards the transfer market, Klopp stated: “If one game should really alter my thoughts then I’d be a true idiot.
“I know you [questioners] would all obtain a left-back but a midfielder?
“Emre Can was on the bench, he had a back issue, Lucas Leiva is injured and you ask me to get a hard midfield player?
“The answer is I do not know – we’ll see.”
Klopp says he was in a position to take some positives out of your efficiency, but he desires to keep away from a repeat.
“We can react improved but I saw many fantastic factors. If you tell me final year we could have played at Burnley like this, not perfect needless to say, I would be genuinely surprised,” he mentioned.
“They could not defend against us like they wanted. It was not every day off, it was an experience we do not want. It’s not a defending problem it can be an offensive difficulty.
“We really should be ready in our development and these errors shouldn’t come about any extra, but our training drills did not incorporate us playing the ball in the wrong time [for the goals] for the opponent. We put ourselves beneath pressure.”