Jurgen Klopp To Sanction £15m Pound Transfer Business

With a certainty that new signings will arrive at Anfield by winter, it is also sure that some players will leave on a loan or a permanent basis. After identifying key transfer targets and still in the process of doing so until January, a player sure for the exit doors has also been identified in midfielder Joe Allen.

With the transfer committee agreeing that Klopp will be in charge of the final says before a transfer is sanctioned and before an exit is made while the German was agreeing to terms to handle the Merseyside team, the power play has been called into action, and Jurgen has already given a go-ahead for the departure of Joe, as the Wales international isn’t obviously in his plans – short or long term.

Having arrived 3 seasons ago from Swansea under Brendan Rodgers as one of the earliest signings of the Irish man, the 25 year-old was tipped to excel at the Anfield with the £15 million his acquisition commanded. But he didn’t quite consistently give satisfactory performances despite few classic displays.

His on and off in quality made him permanently dropped to the bench and has been used sparsely ever since. Coupled with his injuries woes, the Welsh player joined the long-list of Rodgers’ signees that never really turned out successful at Anfield.

An injury during the pre-season tour ruled him out for a month before eventually making 3 League appearances during the former coach’s last 7 games of being in charge. Yet to play since Klopp’s arrival, Joe has nevertheless being monitored by the likes of Southampton, Stoke and Leicester City, all ready to make a swoop on him once it is January. His deal expires by then and he will be available at a cut-price with the aforementioned clubs ready to make a swoop on him.