According to a report from Spanish news outlet Diario AS, Reds boss Jurgen Klopp could be planning to sell six players in order to fund transfer activity this summer – with Xherdan Shaqiri, Divock Origi, Dejan Lovren, Marko Grujic, Harry Wilson and Adam Lallana all being mentioned.
Due to recent events, big money moves are unlikely without first selling players, as per this report, with manager Klopp and the board first having to accumulate funds to reinvest in the first team squad.
Who would you most like to sell out of these four Reds?
In preparation for our inevitable title defence next season, these squad members could potentially be sold off in order to fund future investment – and AS also claim that Wolves duo Adama Traore and Ruben Neves have impressed Klopp enough to warrant his attention.
Reacting to the news, despite a hint that transfer dealings could be on the cards, many Reds supporters still don’t seem happy with our club’s apparent sell-to-buy policy – going on to claim it ‘makes no sense’ and is ‘ridiculous‘.
Find all of their best comments down below.
Just makes no sense whatsoever needing to sell to buy. Ridiculous.
— Minamino Fan (@TakuMinaminoFan) June 18, 2020
The FSG way
— Owen LFC (@6timesladd) June 18, 2020
European and World Champions and about to be Premiership champions and have to sell to buy even with Covid for a couple of months is pretty ridiculous
— Chris* (@Chris5lfc68) June 18, 2020
United always used to buy top players when they were d best but look at us. Skint owners #FSG
— Farhan #YNWA (@farhanashraf911) June 18, 2020
If origi goes there will be new riots starting in the uk
— J A C K (@Jacklfc159) June 18, 2020
We have hardly spent anything in the past 2 transfer windows. We won the champions league and we still dont have money. Coronavirus or not that’s strange
— Ethan (@ethan27d) June 18, 2020
Nonsense, he would have bought Werner if he was selling all of these
— J 🇮🇪 (@mackemgerrard) June 18, 2020
sell to buy uno.
klopp is definitely a miracle worker for winning both prem and champions league with zero budget from owners.
— The Unbearables (@TheUnbearables2) June 19, 2020