Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp’s trophy ambitions and how the squad is shaping up

Hope Soto
July 26, 2018

Klopp's Liverpool reached the Champions League final and finished fourth in the Premier League last season, and the Reds have invested heavily ahead of the 2018-19 campaign.

The last of Liverpool's 18 domestic league titles was won in the 1989-90 season, while the club's last major trophy was the 2011-12 League Cup.

"When we go Burnley and when we go to Fulham, they don't like our squad".

The midfielder plays with his head up, always moving the ball and plays with the arrogance that only a scouser could.

"I had options to join many teams around England and Italy but Juventus [called] so many times", Can said.

Now though, after a woeful loan spell at relegated West Brom, The Telegraph say that Klopp will reject any offers for Sturridge this summer, opting to retain the former England global as a back-up option in attack to add depth. They have brought Riyad Mahrez in and I feel like they may do some more business but they are the team to catch. "Learning from our mistakes will make us stronger and accept them more human". "It's important for me to try to get involved, but wherever I play, it doesn't matter - it's just important to get the minutes". By starting, coming from the bench, the depth of the squad, whatever.

With the idea of getting more games under his belt and with the hopes of a place in the Belgian squad for the World Cup in Russia, Origi moved to Wolfsburg in Germany.

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"I don't think it's too important to try it because it happened previous year", Klopp said.

"All the rest, I don't really understand it 100 percent".

Reports have suggested that Liverpool want to offload as many as 10 first team players after spending £175m this summer but with Sturridge not thought to be among that list, Klopp is ready to give him a central role this season.

"We weren't bad last season, but we've tried to improve in the market". Can Liverpool actually defy the odds and win their first league title in 28 years?

If the Reds can not find a team who meet their valuation of Origi, the Merseyside outfit are likely to hold on to the player, who was out on loan to Bundesliga side Wolfsburg last season.

Nabil Fekir looked to be on the verge of signing from Lyon before the World Cup but that deal now looks to be dead.

Signing for Klopp has clearly enthused Shaqiri who, after last season's travails with Stoke, was determined to make a fresh start at the top level of the Premier League.

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