JURGEN KLOPP will get the green light to invest Liverpool’s Champions League bonanza.
Anfield owner John W Henry believes allowing the German boss to strengthen the squad will give them the chance of a first League title since 1990.
PA:Press Association Liverpool owner John W Henry commiserates with captain Jordan Henderson
The American has sanctioned £52.75million for RB Leipzig’s Naby Keita, 25, to bolster Klopp’s midfield. Lyon midfielder Nabil Fekir, 24, is seen as direct replacement for Philippe Coutinho and will cost another £60m.
Crystal Palace’s Wilfreid Zaha, Monaco’s Thomas Lemar and Chrsitian Pulistic, of Borussia Dortmund, are others being looked at to form a new Fab Four with Mo Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino.
Pep Guardiola expects a title challenge from the Reds as they will have £70m of Euro dosh to add to their £150m of Premier League cash.
Of course, whether calamity keeper Loris Karius is now replaced could be a new item on the agenda.
Reuters Cock-up Loris Karius’s errors have placed a new item on the transfer agenda
AFP It remains to be seen if Karius can stay at Anfield