‘No point’: Kenny Dalglish comments on Liverpool’s transfer window

Former Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish has given his opinion on how Jurgen Klopp handled the summer transfer window at Liverpool, following the club’s success in Europe last term.

The Reds fought very hard to win the Premier League title but in the end, only a point separated them and Pep Guardiola’s relentless Manchester City side.

Liverpool did make up for that disappointment by winning the Champions League, as they defeated Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 in Madrid to register the club’s sixth European crown in its long history.

That success in Europe is essentially the reason why Jurgen Klopp was not in a rush to sign new players, once the summer transfer window was opened.

Some fans feel the Liverpool boss’ decision to not secure any high-profile additions was not a good idea but Kenny Dalglish does not agree with that sentiment.

According to the ex-Liverpool boss, there was ‘no point’ of signing new players this summer.

“Liverpool haven’t made any big-money signings, and everyone at the football club will be comfortable about that.” he said, as quoted by The Sunday Post

“They are the Champions of Europe and have an exceptionally-strong squad. There is no point in bringing in new players unless they are an improvement on what you have.

“For every club, that’s not as easy as it sounds.”