Despite their recent success both domestically and in the Champions League, the Reds have not been tempted to break the bank in their pursuit to stay at the top of English football.
Jurgen Klopp has been open about the financial limits put in place by the club over the past two seasons, and it is down to their desire to remain ‘sustainable’.
The Mirror have reported that John W. Henry and Tom Werner of Fenway Sports Group have stuck to their ‘prudent’ approach following the recent pandemic, with backing from CEO Billy Hogan.
When asked about his immediate priorities following his appointment, Hogan went on to say: “The mantra, as most people know, is that this is about trying to create a sustainable business, a sustainable club, so it’s really my job to continue to run the organisation as efficiently as we can, to support the team.
“Clearly we’re in a great position, obviously an amazing last couple of seasons, in particular this past season with all the success on the pitch.
“We’ve obviously got incredibly solid foundations but these are uncertain times, so we’ve got to manage through that uncertainty.
“It has been a difficult last five or six months since we went into lockdown, but I think the great news is that the team, both on and off the pitch, has been able to work through that.
“We’re just looking forward to starting the campaign as champions. Now it’s my job to lead the business and ensure we support Jurgen and Michael [Edwards] and the team at Melwood as best we can.”
Klopp has been able to add Konstantinos Tsimikas to his playing squad as a back up to Andy Robertson, having raised funds by selling Dejan Lovren to Zenit Saint Petersburg.
The former Borussia Dortmund boss has been open about his spending limits to fans, as he reiterated late last month.
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When asked by Servus TV about Thiago, he said: “There are a lot of interesting players out there but if someone is interesting for us I can’t say right now.
“Due to COVID-19 you have to think five times about what you can and what you can’t do. We always have to pay attention to the financial aspect. We don’t know how much money will come in.
“Nobody knows but it seems like some other teams have a more positive outlook on the future… if you look at Chelsea for example [laughs].
“But I am very happy with my team right now. If something transfer related will happen we have to see.”