Poetry in Motion: Why Klopp should be selective as top talent scramble to play for Liverpool

Think we've stopped crowing about Liverpool winning the Champions League yet? Well, think again Manchester City fans, Tottenham Hotspur legends or anyone else who is jealous of the Reds' success, because we'll be doing it for some time yet. That's the message Neil Fitzmaurice would like to send out as he returns for his first Poetry in Motion podcast since Liverpool made it number six in Madrid. Naturally, the incredible scenes at the Wanda Metropolitano and back here in the city are reminisced over at length before talk turns to the multi-faceted genius that is Jurgen Klopp and just exactly what he will do in the transfer market this summer. The Reds boss has been linked with a string of big-money moves for players including Matthijs de Ligt, Nicholas Pepe and Memphis Depay, and given what his side have just achieved, he should have every chance of getting them. But why won't he be doing that? And so who will Klopp be going for? Fitzy and regular sidekicks Joe Rimmer and Paul Gorst discuss that before looking over Liverpool's fixtures for the new Premier League campaign as well as the club's new away kit. Enjoy.

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