Jurgen Klopp has revealed that Liverpool has made positive progress for next season during the international break.
Liverpool is currently struggling to find the form that saw them go toe to toe with Manchester City over the past few seasons and is trying to claw back the fourth spot.
The club has a lot of business to do in the summer and Klopp has already informed fans that they have made positive progress in this regard during the international break.
‘It was good. The players I couldn’t plan training sessions as we didn’t know who was here, so yes (I did use it as time to get prepared for next season),’ Klopp said.
‘Player side, positive. There are talks, but no decisions. We are busy as you can imagine.’
The Reds have some huge fixtures incoming with Manchester City this weekend followed by Arsenal next.
It’s like a Champions League week – I know we are out but playing an English team in midweek is like the Champions League.
‘I am super excited absolutely but we are not dumb. We know the last game we played against Madrid was not a good game, before at Bournemouth not a good game, before that (against Man United) was world class.
‘We have to react to the other two games and pick up from there. We have to show up there and really go for it. You want to play these games.
‘We play City, Chelsea and Arsenal every season but to play them in one week is pretty special. It’s different and now we are here.
‘Most of the boys are healthy and let’s try to help and use them and bring them in the best possible shape.’