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Jürgen Klopp rejecting Germany job should give Liverpool transfer boost

Liverpool will head into the summer transfer window with a clear mission: improve. The Reds have no choice but to upgrade key areas of the squad, at least in depth. This season has thoroughly exposed the weakness of our rotation options. Thankfully, Jürgen Klopp turning down the Germany job should give us a boost in the transfer market.

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Recruitment essential

This season has been a disaster for Liverpool.

The Reds have had their squad completely decimated by injuries.

As a result Jürgen Klopp has had to rummage around in the depths of the side in order to field a team.

Players have been pulled this way and that to paper over cracks in the squad.

After Christmas these problems really began to take a toll on the side and the club have been on a downward slope ever since.

Upgrading the depth in the squad at least is essential this summer.

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Jürgen Klopp turns down Germany job

Joachim Low recently announced that he’ll be stepping down from the Germany job this summer.

The 61-year-old will be leaving the post after Euro 2020, ending a 15 years reign as his national team’s boss.

Obviously there was speculation linking Jürgen Klopp with the Germany job.

The Reds’ coach has long been seen as the natural successor to Low.

Klopp was quick to dismiss rumours he would become Germany manager this summer, telling a pre-match press conference he intends to honour his contract.

Transfer boost for Liverpool

Jürgen Klopp is one of the most respected managers in world football.

He is a generational talent of a coach and the world’s best players are well aware of that.

The German has great pulling power, footballers want to play for him.

The boss confirming that he intends on staying at Liverpool for at least another three years will give Liverpool a big transfer boost ahead of this summer.

Whilst we may not qualify for the Champions League, star players will be drawn to Klopp, they’ll relish the opportunity of playing under him, safe in the knowledge that they’ll get at least a few years with him.

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