Jürgen Klopp: I have final say on transfers at Liverpool

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Jürgen Klopp has insisted that he has the final say on all Liverpool transfers after the club’s policy on new signings came under renewed scrutiny following two wins in the past eight Premier League games. On Sunday, Liverpool failed to score at home against Manchester United and lost 1-0 with £32.5m signing Christian Benteke on the bench until the 81st minute and the on-loan defender Steven Caulker coming on as Klopp’s last substitute.

Klopp, when asked on Tuesday whether he has the final say on transfers, replied: “Yes. It’s how I am used to work. If I don’t want a player to come to the club he will not come. It’s normal.”

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