Liverpool news: Xabi Alonso may reconsider his long-term strategy as Jurgen Klopp delivers transfer warning

According to, Liverpool has had a successful week in their drive to guarantee Jurgen Klopp retires in style this summer. The Reds had to wait until the last minute to defeat Chelsea in last Sunday’s Carabao Cup final to win their first trophy of the season, but there were no fears in midweek. Klopp’s children collaborated to defeat Southampton in the fifth round of the FA Cup, with Lewis Koumas scoring before a Jayden Danns brace to set up a quarter-final against archrivals Manchester United.

However, Premier League action resumes this weekend with a trip to Nottingham Forest. It’s unclear if Mohamed Salah and Darwin Nunez will be available, but confidence should be strong in camp anyway.

Mirror Football brings you all the latest news from Anfield ahead of Saturday’s big encounter… Jurgen Klopp has cautioned Liverpool’s leadership that they cannot afford to stifle the growth of its bright young players in future transfer windows.

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Klopp, 56, has previously detailed his Anfield exit strategy and will not be involved in the development of Jayden Danns or Lewis Koumas beyond this season. This season, the talented combo, along with Bobby Clark and Conor Bradley, have both cracked into the first-team squad.

The Reds are looking for a new sports director to oversee their recruiting plan with Klopp’s replacement. However, the German has advised Liverpool to consider their present Anfield talent before making future transfers. Liverpool captain Virgil van Dijk has advised the club’s promising young players that the hard work is only beginning.

Jayden Danns, Lewis Koumas, and Trey Nyoni, among other excellent local players, have had a fantastic week. All three took part in the FA Cup victory over Southampton in midweek. Van Dijk has subsequently spoken out, telling the young players that they are in the best possible position to develop at Liverpool, but that they will face several difficulties and barriers in the coming years.

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