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No Liverpool player will leave the club — Jurgen Klopp



No Liverpool player will leave the club -- Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool’s summer transfer window has been what many would term controlled-chaos judging by how the drama unfolded between the Merseyside club and its London rivals, Chelsea in the quest for Ecuadorian midfielder, Moises Caicedo and Belgian youngster, Romeo Lavia.

The saga aside, Liverpool also entered into unfamiliar territory when they unexpectedly lost two of their key stars, Fabinho and Jordan Henderson who were in Jurgen Klopp’s plans heading into the new season.

As unpredictable as the window turned out, Liverpool lost 2 of their captains in James Milner and Jordan Henderson in one summer, and also a dependable Defensive Midfielder in Brazilian work-house, Fabinho to the Saudi Pro League.

The Merseyside giants were then forced to go into desperate situation, scouting for stars to replace the players. Since then, the club has also had to deal with speculations and rumors pertaining to other key players leaving Anfield this summer such as; Mohamed Salah, Luis Diaz and Thiago Alcantara to the Saudi Pro League.

However, with Jurgen Klopp coming out in his latest press conference, the German boss has clarified the situation while also addressing the Romeo Lavia and Moises Caicedo saga that fans can be rest assured that there no more potential exits this summer.

The former Borussia Dortmund manager ahead of the fixture against AFC Bournemouth on Saturday said;

“The transfer business is like that, you talk to people like agents and stuff and sometimes it works out and sometimes not,”

“The window’s open — until then pretty much everything can happen, from the outgoing side, nothing will happen,” Jurgen Klopp said, allaying fears about the exits of other players from the club.