Lampard's dart to Klopp about the money they've spent

The Chelsea coach responds to the statements of the coach of the 'reds', who criticized Chelsea for its transfer policy in the midst of the crisis due to the pandemic.


Frank Lampard does not seem to share Jürgen Klopp's opinion regarding his team's transfer policy. The German coach criticized the 'blues' a few days ago after they spent 223 million euros in the transfer market, ensuring that "some clubs owned by countries and owned by oligarchs seem less important how uncertain the future is" .

The Chelsea manager has responded by stating that "the reality is that, apart from Leicester, which was an incredible story, most of the clubs that win the Premier today have recruited well and have recruited at a fairly high level in terms of money. You can review the Liverpool players: Van Dijk, Alisson, Fabinho, Keita, Mane, Salah. Incredible players who had a very high price. Liverpool have done it for a while. "

“What we have done is get out of a ban and probably try to remedy the situation to help us improve. We know that Liverpool have gone to a great level. We know they have an incredible coach. We know they have incredible players. The really smart thing Liverpool have done is to believe in their coach and believe in his system for several years. It's a great story, but it's a story in which they have spent money on players, "he said.

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