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Jurgen Klopp Reveals No Liverpool Player Has Told Him They Want to Leave Club

Ali Shibil Roshan
Jurgen Klopp
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Jurgen Klopp has revealed no Liverpool player has come to him and said they want to leave the club this summer.

The Reds, who finished a staggering 17 points behind eventual champions Manchester City at third in the Premier League last season, are expected to reinforce the squad ahead of the upcoming campaign.

They have already added Ibrahim Konate to their roster, and have also been linked with moves for a number of players, and while new arrivals could push some players to the fringes, Liverpool manager Klopp insists nobody has told him they want a move away from the club this summer.

"I’m really not in a rush about that," Klopp told Liverpool's official website. "If somebody wants to leave, he can come to me and can tell me and then I think about it.

"Nobody came so far, so obviously no rush from the players’ side as well.

"The market anyway is a really calm one in the moment, I think.

"There was [Jadon] Sancho and maybe somebody else, OK, Konate we did that early, but it’s a really calm window.

"Let’s see what happens and all of these things, but in the moment, everybody has the chance to impress me and I hope they do."