EPL: Klopp reveals why Liverpool won’t buy Mbappe from PSG

Tanya Simon
November 10, 2019

"All I said was something that Kylian Mbappe had already said himself - that it was his dream to one day wear Real Madrid's white jersey, ' Zidane said, as per Daily Mail".

Klopp addressed the speculation linking Liverpool with Mbappe ahead of his side's crucial clash with Manchester City on Sunday.

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"I don't see any club". And we are involved in these clubs who can not do it.

"OK, from a sporting viewpoint, there aren't quite a lot of causes to not signal him".

But when asked about signing the 20-year-old player, Klopp said: "Buying this player caliber is hard".

"It is about the money of course. Sorry for killing that story", Klopp said.

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Besides, signing the Frenchman would bring a major disorder to the squad.

'The players we thought about to make this team better were really expensive and we could not spend the money. "When you speak to a player you can feel it, this year, last year, even three years ago, you can see in the eyes of a player - I am not sure if honour is the right word - that it is good that we speak to them".

'He is a player who has two-and-a-half years left on his contract with us, so to talk about what he wants, his "dream", every time. if we can just stop this, pause this talk.

Klopp, though, said it is easier than when he first arrived in 2015 to attract top level players to Liverpool.

Zidane claims Benzema still wants to represent France, though, and believes his player to be "the best" and worthy of a call-up.

"I do not assume we wrestle with convincing gamers".

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