Jurgen Klopp, who is currently enjoying his spell at Anfield, release a statement about the current Liverpool squad, as the team boast of best players a manager could hope to work with.
Klopp, who was formerly in charge of Borussia Dortmund where he won two Bundesliga titles and ultimately reached the final of 2013 Champions League with the club facing off German giants Bayern Munich in the final, arrived at Anfield in the summer of 2015
The German manager, however, seems to be happy about the current squad of the Merseysiders this season. Klopp told Liverpool official website:
“It’s really hard in the moment to make the squad.
“Wow, I’ve never had a situation like that with the quality of the players not being in the squad.
“It’s difficult, it’s getting more and more difficult, but that’s good for us of course,” said the German manager.
Danny Ings, who was previously sidelined for weeks, returned to the team in the Champions League as the England International also took part in the successive win over Porto in the round of 16, and Klopp was pleased to have Ings back to the team.
“It’s a wonderful story. Danny made it, he came on and it was nice to see,” Klopp said.
The former Dortmund manager also said of his other players:
“They all have made really big steps, Dom Solanke was not in the squad but is in outstanding shape at the moment. Ragnar Klavan, unbelievable. Ben Woodburn makes steps and is really close to everything.”