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Jurgen Klopp insists he is "not stubborn" when it comes to signing new players for Liverpool but remains confident in the current squad's abilities. Liverpool 3..0 defeat against,

Brighton & Hove Albion was a match Klopp describes as the worst he has seen in his managerial career. The Reds, who won the domestic double last season and missed an unprecedented chance, are ninth in the Premier League and are currently ten points behind the top forty.

Klopp added Cody Gakpo to his team in this transfer window in a deal that could reach 44 million pounds (50 million euros), but he recently ruled out more signings with her. Frustrated by the barrage of questions in his pre match press conference against Brighton, Klopp appeared nervous again when speaking to reporters on Monday. When asked about a possible internal activity, he said, "The fact that you're asking this question over and over again is probably a matter of language." “We're looking there. It's not that we're stubborn and think we're going to stay with these guys until 2050. This is not how we see it, it all depends on what you can do and what you want to do.

"It's the same every year. For her part, the transfer window at every press conference gets boring. Someone from your agency asked this question. “I can't change my answer. If solutions are available to us and possible, we will of course ask the players to help us. "But we also have a current squad and we're definitely underperforming. But I can't sit here and blame everyone, their responsibility lies with me. “That was my first concern. Yes, we have limited options, but we've signed players here, they're not available. If they were all involved, the situation would be different. Our team is not small. Yes, we need to step up, but is this the right time for us [to sign a player]? I can not watch it ". Liverpool did not lose in three matches this season, including a 2..2 draw at home to Wolverhampton in the third round of the FA Cup.

"We're trying as hard as we can, but it always depends on the situation we're in," he said. "All the players who played the previous match lost for different reasons. Yes, we will change. We want to win the game, so obviously we need new legs. "It's easy for me to say to the boys: 'Get fit with Brighton, let's see how you can beat us.'" But I can't do that.

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