Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp on Monday addressed the media as his team prepare for Tuesday’s Premier League clash against Leicester City.
The former Borrusia Dortmund manager was particularly excited about the return of star man, Phillipe Coutinho, as well as Daniel Sturridge, Divock Origi and Martin Skrtel and ruled out the possibility of new signings as the January transfer window closes tonight.
“These are our transfers (returning players). It’s good for us, of course,”.
“I don’t think we should think too much about it (not signing new players),” Klopp said.
Since Klopp is not considering new signings, he however insists his side can cope with Premier League demands.
“In the Premier League (we have) an away game to Leicester, then Sunderland and Aston Villa—these three games give a little sign of where we can go.
“(But) even after these games, it’s not over. I don’t think that something will happen on the other side.
“I think we showed a row of more-than-okay performances, so you can see a little bit more consistency.
“That’s what we have to bring on the pitch all the time. We can really fight for results. The right results,” the German stressed.
Liverpool have been linked with players such as Shakhtar Donestk’s Aalex Teixeira and Denis Cheryshev from Real Madrid.