Klopp could follow Guardiola in having faith in young people
With the entry into force of the new rule of five substitutes in the Premier League, Jurgen Klopp will probably give to the young people of Liverpool more playing time by the end of the season, writes Ian Doyle ECHO .
On Wednesday night, Pep Guardiola sent out a clear signal that it intends to use the remainder of the season to evaluate the young players of Manchester City with its alignment against Arsenal.
Phil Foden and Eric Garcia were both played an important role in the 3-0 win for City, the first substitute to score the last goal and the last playing most of the match before being injured in a collision with Ederson.
While Klopp has given young people of Liverpool a lot of game time in the cup competitions, none of the young players who train with the first team has started the league.
Curtis Jones has two appearances, replacements, Harvey Elliott a. Neco Williams, Ki-Jana Hoever, Yasser Larouci, Sepp van den Berg and Leighton Clarkson have not yet made their debut in the Premier League.
All this could change in the next month. With coaches rivals using the restart of the Premier League as a chance to give more visibility to their young, you can expect that Klopp is right in step.
Buendia referred to as the target cost
Having moved to Timo Werner, Liverpool must adapt to a new reality on the transfer market.
The crisis of the sars coronavirus has limited the club’s finances and, with so much success in recent seasons, Klopp is not expected to make big additions to the team they already have.
If he wanted to make a signature cheap on the ground left, Liverpool could, however, seek to do business with a club that is on the verge of being relegated. Speaking on the Analyze Anfield podcast, Josh Williams said: “the One who comes to mind for me would be Emiliano Buendia.
“Norwich will probably be one of the clubs to suffer because of this epidemic of coronavirus with finances. This is not a club particularly rich and more than any other club in the Premier League, they depend on the sales of players to generate revenue.
“It may be that if they were to accept, say, £ 20 million to Buendia, then maybe it is a case much less expensive, and his wages would be considerably less [than Werner’s]. ”
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The champions League, Liverpool took advantage to his rivals in the Premier League
In thinking back to times more happy, the victory of Liverpool in the champions League has helped the English club to cross the barrier of the mass income of 5 billion pounds for the first time in 2018/19.
Liverpool has won a little less than 100 million pounds after having beaten Tottenham in the final at Wanda Metropolitano, while Spurs themselves have reported 88 million pounds.
This has been an important factor for Premier League clubs crossing the barrier of 5 billion pounds sterling to the revenue generated.
In the wake of the coronavirus, this figure is likely to decrease. The price of Liverpool in the Champions League their will be at least given a financial buffer, however.