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Jurgen Klopp aims to end ‘inconsistency’ as Liverpool’s summer renewal looms large.

Chaos has engulfed Liverpool this season, and Jurgen Klopp has accepted responsibility, stating that “We are 100 per cent guilty for everything”. It’s certainly been a monumental fall for Liverpool, who, for over four seasons, set the standard for English football – until this year. The Reds, who face another challenging week with matches against City, Chelsea and Arsenal, are now nineteen points behind their fierce rivals, Manchester City, and have lost matches to relegation-threatened teams this season. However, Klopp remains optimistic and intends to use the summer transfer window to change things up and start afresh. Sign up to Miguel Delaney’s newsletter to stay informed on all things Liverpool and never miss any exclusive insights on the team’s progress.

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Despite the setbacks this season, Klopp highlights that Liverpool’s successes in the past have always been the result of the team performing at their best. While Liverpool has a history of success, Klopp notes that there were no league titles in the quarter of a century before his appointment. Liverpool’s current situation may seem dire, but Klopp is hopeful about the future and plans to utilize the summer transfer window to reinvent the team. With such a dedicated manager and the right strategy, Liverpool may be able to reclaim its former glory. Sign up to Miguel Delaney’s newsletter to stay up to date on all of Liverpool’s strategies and successes.

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