Liverpool owner John Henry makes rare Anfield appearance after public Jurgen Klopp U-Turn
Liverpool beat Bournemouth 9-0 on Saturday before proprietor John Henry, who is prepared to back Jurgen Klopp with assets for a new midfielder before very long
Liverpool’s key owner John W Henry was inside Anfield to see the club’s record-equalling win over Bournemouth on Saturday evening.
The Fenway Sports Group boss was seen in the stands close by with his significant other, Linda Pizzuti, and will have been really glad by what he saw, with the Reds heaping on the goals in a 9-0 win to end their winless beginning to the Premier League season in style.
Roberto Firmino and Luis Diaz were the primary stars, with the two advances scoring two times, while Trent Alexander-Arnold, Virgil van Dijk, Harvey Elliott and Fabio Carvalho all got on the scoresheet close by a Chris Mepham own goal.
It was a predominant exhibition from Jurgen Klopp’s side, particularly taking into account the unique circumstance. Liverpool were beaten 2-1 at Old Trafford by Manchester United on Monday following draws against Fulham and Crystal Palace and have been battling with wounds.
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Their battles could be the reason Henry has made the excursion over the Atlantic to Liverpool, with the club currently effectively hoping to sign a midfielder before the summer transfer window closes on Thursday at 11pm. Klopp had consistently dismissed the possibility that his side expected to get a new midfielder, however freely backtracked on that position in his pre-match question and answer session on Friday.
“That altered of direction,” he said. “I realize we have had this conversation since everything began and I am the person who said we needn’t bother with a midfielder and you were good and I was off-base.
“That is what is happening. There is something else to say regarding it. We are searching for it, and in the event that it is the right player we want him and on the off chance that it isn’t the right player we don’t require him.”
Up until this point this summer Liverpool have marked Carvalho, Darwin Nunez and Calvin Ramsay. After the pounding win over Bournemouth, Klopp added: “I’ve previously said all that I want to say about a new midfielder… assuming there is the right midfielder, we could follow through with something.”
Liverpool are known admirers of Borussia Dortmund star Jude Bellingham, yet are probably not going to have the option to seal a transfer for the England international in the following couple of days. In any case, there are more accessible players available, including Leicester City’s Youri Tielemans and Lyon’s Houssem Aouar to consider
Klopp is right now without Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Curtis Jones, Thiago Alcantara and Naby Ketia because of injury. In their nonappearance he began Elliott close by Jordan Henderson and Fabinho against Bournemouth, with James Milner, Carvalho and young person Stefan Bajcetic all highlighting off the substitutes’ seat.
Klopp has been certain that Liverpool won’t frenzy and move for a player only for it throughout the next few days. “One thing stays significant, and it’s that it should be the right player,” he said on Friday. “Assuming we accomplish something it’ll be that we are 100% persuaded about it, and on the off chance that we are not persuaded, then we don’t make it happen.”