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Jurgen Klopp’s secret transfer agreement that he makes with all Liverpool stars revealed

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Jurgen Klopp has made a significant impact at Liverpool since arriving back in October 2015, and his track record in the transfer market since moving to England speaks for itself.

When it comes to transfers in the Premier League, few have as impressive a track record as the one boasted by Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool in recent years.

The Reds have concluded an array of astute deals under the German’s premiership – which will end in the summer – with the likes of Mohamed Salah, Andy Robertson and Sadio Mane all impressing after arriving for relatively modest sums.

And even Klopp’s premium purchases like Virgil van Dijk and Allison signed for £75million and £56m respectively, have managed to live up to the hype and establish themselves as cornerstones of the club’s recent success under the former Borussia Dortmund coach.

Klopp has always had a big say in the comings and goings at Anfield and has rightly received plenty of plaudits for the impressive work in the summer transfer window that has propelled his refreshed team – dubbed Liverpool 2.0 – into title contention in what will be his final campaign.

As well as setting out specific criteria before signing any new players, Klopp revealed back in 2020 that there is an unwritten agreement with all new signings which demands that they give everything – and in turn, Klopp gives them everything he has back.

“When we have this agreement, everything was fine, everything was good, that’s why we talked, that’s why we signed you, but from now on I expect much more,” Klopp previously revealed to Liverpool club media.

“For that, he gets more than he ever got before: more attention, more education, hopefully better training – that’s a clear agreement. If he is not happy with one of these parts, he can come to me and tell me, ‘You told me that, it didn’t happen’.

“If I am not happy with one of the things he agreed, I will go to him and tell him, ‘You said this and that, you didn’t do that – why?’ This is a clear deal, but a handshake deal, not written down.”

The opportunity to work with one of the game’s elite coaches has paid dividends for Liverpool in the market. The likes of Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai were both lured to Anfield in the summer and have already made a significant impact on the pitch.

And after a disappointing season last year, Klopp and Liverpool are back on track to challenge for major honours – he’s clearly holding up his end of the bargain with said transfer agreement.

 

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