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Will Klopp regret inactive transfer window? Join the conversation

What you sow you reap, while Manchester United fortified their squad with Aaron Wan Bissaka, Arsenal did the unexpected splashing the cash to get Nicolas Pepe, Tottenham Hotspur added Tanguy Ndombele, even champions Manchester City brought in Rodri, Juergen Klopp decided to rest on his laurels after securing a first Champions League title.

The consequence of that action resulted in loss to Manchester City in the Community Shield.
Call it a friendly or an irrelevant season opener, the signs were all there to see that Manchester City have a better squad than Liverpool who are expected to be their toughest challenge. Liverpool dominated this encounter but can they dominate over 38 games.

Klopp played all his cards with Divock Origi deputising for the absent Sadio Mane showed for the 1000th time that he should not be starting at Liverpool Rodri effortlessly slotted into the vacant position usually occupied by Fernandinho. Players such as Xherdan Shaqiri, Naby Keita, Joel Matip and Adam Lallana are inferior and have little impact.

Meanwhile Sergio Aguero was left on the bench so was Riyad Mahrez, despite injury to Leroy Sane. Liverpool have holes in their squad and little time left to bring in reinforcements. Will Klopp regret inactive transfer window? Join the conversation

Posterity will not favour the Liverpool team this season. While other teams are strengthening, Klopp has refused to improve his team’s depth.

I can’t wait to see what ace he has up his sleeves.

I don’t think so because since as almost the entire squad members of last season are still very much available this season, then it means the strength of their squad is depleted Despite the fact that they didn’t add any new player, the transfer market is not closed yet, so they can still buy a new player within the remaining few days left.

Klopp already has a big and very good squad at Liverpool. This was proven during the Champions League which they went on to win last season. Keeping such a group together makes sense. There is nothing to regret at this stage and at the worst, if there is any need to buy, the January transfer window will suffice adequately.