Liverpool manager jurgen klopp hinted that the team’s transfer business might not be over after admitting qualifying for the Champions League will help attract players.
The Reds reached the group stages with a 6-3 aggregate victory over Hoffenheim thanks to goals from emre can, mohammed salah and roberto firmino in Wednesday’s second leg play-off qualifier at Anfield.
The Merseyside club have only signed one guaranteed starter in the form of mohamed salah this summer, while also recruiting dominic solanke and andrew robertson from Chelsea and Hull City, respectively, to add further options to the squad.
However, the German believes that might all be about to change, after the team entered the main draw of Europe’s elite club competition.
“It’s a big influence on the transfer market, especially if you do it more often,” Klopp said. “I said I think before the game, if you talk to a player, they say: ‘Oh if you play Champions League, it would be really great because the club is good, the manager is not too bad’ and all this stuff.”