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PremierLeague-News.Com - Your Liverpool morning digest as Jurgen Klopp makes Jadon Sancho move claim and blasts Manchester United 'crime'.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Here is your Liverpool morning digest on Thursday, May 13. Jurgen Klopp makes Jadon Sancho move claim Jurgen Klopp is expecting a subdued transfer market across world football this summer and says Liverpool will be made to wait before concluding their business. The Reds boss also isn't anticipating the likes of Jadon Sancho, Erling Haaland or Kylian Mbappe to make blockbuster moves of their own this year. No Champions League football next season will be a significant blow to Liverpool's hopes of recruiting the top talent when the transfer market opens. The financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic is also still being felt at Anfield with the club understood to be dealing with an overall loss of around £120m since March 2020. And Klopp says that is once more likely to be Liverpool's way of operating as he played down intense speculation over the futures of Mbappe, Sancho and Haaland, three players who have been tentatively linked to Anfield. Paul Gorst has the full story here.
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Klopp blasts Manchester United 'crime' Jurgen Klopp believes it is a "crime" Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was compelled to name a reserve team against Leicester City - and admitted he would have done the same with Liverpool. A United side sporting 10 changes slumped to a 2-1 reverse at home to the Foxes on Tuesday, a result which landed a major blow to the Reds' hopes of Champions League qualification. Solskjaer had warned that "someone might not be happy" with his team selections this week after the Europa League finalists were forced to play three league games in five days following the postponement of Liverpool's trip to Old Trafford earlier this month due to supporter protests. But Klopp, speaking on Wednesday, declined the invitation to criticise Solskjaer and instead pointed the finger at the Premier League. Ian Doyle has the full story here.
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