Klopp is forced to let Fabinho play in defense alongside teenager Rhys Williams, the relatively inexperienced Nat Phillips or even Jordan Henderson, with Virgil Van Dijk and Joe Gomez out for most of the season and Joel Matip wounded every few weeks.
“But it doesn’t seem to be an option to hit the January transfer market as it’s not financially feasible. Disappointment for @LFC transfer fans as Jurgen Klopp says a new center-back is “just not likely” to be “pic.twitter. “Com/dEZOCJSGkj- Carl Markham (@carlmarkham) January 7, 2021 “I can’t say that we’re certainly not going to get a new center-back, but because of the world situation, it’s just not possible,” Klopp said. “We should not forget that the situation is difficult for everyone and also for soccer clubs. “There may be certain clubs that have absolutely no financial issues, but with the stuff we do, this club has always been and will always be very responsible for these owners. “If all was well with the world, everything would be fine: we won the league, won the Champions League, the club is in the best possible situation and then three key central defenders are injured, is that a situation where you would normally do something?Virgil Van Dijk and Joe Gomez are two of Liverpool’s long-term absentees (Martin Rickett/PA) “Yes, certainly, but we’re not in that situation. I don’t know whether or not this will happen. You could be able to do that, but that would be a short-term solution, and we don’t have that short-term solution, and that’s not true, because it doesn’t help. “You could maybe do something but it would be a short-term solution and we don’t have that short-term solution and that’s not right because it doesn’t help. ” “It’s not the best moment for the whole planet, so why should it be for a soccer club?”