Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp has been described as “perfect” by club chairman, Tom Werner amidst concerns that the team needs more players to continue from where they stopped last season.
Liverpool finally won another trophy after so many years by defeating Tottenham in the Champions League final.
EPL title was out of reach though after they missed out on the league to Manchester City but Liverpool is set to compete for the coveted trophy in 2019-20.
Speaking recently, Werner called Klopp the best possible coach his team could’ve dreamed of.
His words, “What comes through from Jurgen is what a kind, humble, intelligent, confident and good humoured leader he is.”
“He’s obviously the right person for Liverpool. We were convinced of that the first time John [Henry], Mike [Gordon] and I met him in New York.
“The match between the aspirations of our fan base, the history of the club and Jurgen, they match up in a way that is really perfect. I’m sure he could have taken a job at any other top club but I think this has been a great match.
“I think he would be a brilliant psychologist if he wasn’t such a great manager. He brings out the best in players.
“The moment I’ll remember more than any other from the final in Madrid is when the players embraced Jurgen and then threw him up in the air on the pitch.
“We can talk about what a remarkable coach he is but the love that you felt in that moment between Jurgen and his players was so great. There’s so much respect for him and what he’s done for them. There was great love in that moment.”
On transfers, “I don’t think it makes strategic sense for an owner to comment on transfer policy while a transfer window remains open.
“What I would say is that, as always, Jurgen has articulated the situation really well by pointing not only to the strength we already have but the strength we have to come back. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is back, Rhian Brewster is available properly for the first time I’d say, Naby Keita a year on, I could go on…
“It’s also a very high-quality team and squad, which makes signing players who are better than we currently have more challenging.
“What I would say is that we always remain ambitious and we remain committed to keeping this amazing squad together and at a level where it can be competitive for all the big trophies.”