Frank Lampard predicts where Liverpool will finish this season
Aug 11 2017 by Marjorie Miles
The Premier League should take priority over Europe for Liverpool, but only once they have secured their place in the Champions League group stages.
After a fourth-place finish last term, Jurgen Klopp's task of leading Liverpool to the Champions League spots and ideally the title challenge will be made significantly more hard. It was in reference to the style of football he likes his teams to play - fast, ferocious, intense.
Both clubs are fringe title challengers and former England midfielder Jenas believes that without players who act as the heartbeat of their teams, they will fade from contention.
The plan at the start of the window was clearly Naby Keita or nobody for Liverpool as they had as many as two reported bids rejected for RB Leipzig's main man.
He intends to pick his strongest team for the trip to Vicarage Road - despite the contest coming just three days before the first leg of the Champions League play-off against Hoffenheim.
In order to field high-quality sides twice a week, Liverpool have to improve the depth of their squad, with time running out in the transfer window.
"Lukaku is proven in the Premier League with goals and Matic for me is an excellent signing". Sadio Mané and Mohamed Salah are Liverpool's only senior wide players, and another energetic player in midfield would be flawless for the squad Klopp is attempting to build to suit his intense style of play.
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"It's not that we decide on our own, it's also about other clubs". He implied that he would have no issues if there were no more new signings and that overall, his current squad is good enough to compete across four competitions.
To this point, Liverpool has managed to complete the transfer of Andy Robertson, Dominic Solanke, and Mohamed Salah this summer, with the latter drafted in for £34mil plus add-ons - a record-breaking fee for the club.
"Sanchez and Coutinho fall into the same bracket for me - if you lose them, you might as well pack your bags and go home now".
A demanding season lies ahead for Liverpool, starting immediately in August.
"When we finished last season in fourth position everyone was really happy about it", Klopp said.
A repeat could be fatal to their hopes of any success this season, either at home or overseas, so they cannot forget to strengthen the squad, one way or another.