The Reds legend accepts no move was made for the Germany global forward now making a beeline for Chelsea as “concordance” is crucial at Anfield
Liverpool left behind the chance to move for Timo Werner on the grounds that Jurgen Klopp doesn’t prefer to have “loads of whizzes in the group”, says Reds legend John Barnes.
A transition to Anfield gave off an impression of being on the cards for the Germany universal forward at one phase. With Werner having opened the entryway for individual compatriot Klopp to make a move, Merseyside looked like being his most coherent landing spot in the Premier League.
The 24-year-old is, notwithstanding, set to exchange life at RB Leipzig for Chelsea, with the Blues affirming that they have arrived at an arrangement for the productive frontman.
Inquiries have been posed of whether Liverpool will live to lament their choice not to reinforce their assaulting positions with another demonstrated entertainer. Barnes, however, is among the individuals who feel that the Reds have made the correct call and that Klopp’s dynamic must be regarded.
He accepts that the appearance of Werner, as rivalry for any semblance of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane, could have affected crew “agreement” and demonstrated “hazardous” for a group edging their way towards a first Premier League title.
The Liverpool legend revealed to Sky Sports when tested on the Werner reprimand: “Well indeed you’re discussing the congruity inside the group. You’re discussing a world-class player who requests to play each week and if he won’t play each week, is that going to disturbed the soul in the camp?
“I don’t have a clue whether Timo Werner was given confirmations or he believes he can play for Chelsea consistently instead of coming here, however you must be cautious and I know Jurgen doesn’t prefer to have a major crew and loads of geniuses in the group.
“Keeping them glad can be very hazardous and we’ve seen from time to time, similar to the Barcelona game when they didn’t have [Roberto] Firmino or Salah and [Divock] Origi can come in and carried out the responsibility.”
Liverpool have been connected with various elective alternatives with regards to discovering more capability, with Wolves winger Adama Traore and Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho among those said to be in their sights.
Klopp likewise appeared in a 0-0 Merseyside derby draw with Everton, in what was the Reds’ first game back after a coronavirus-authorized break, that he as of now can rearrange his pack in the last third – with January marking Takumi Minamino beginning instead of the refreshed Salah at Goodison Park.