Liverpool’s Wise Investment in Attacking Line is Paying Off: Klopp

Jurgen Klopp, manager of Liverpool, believes that the club is reaping the benefits of its long-term planning for this season despite the team’s forward line being in a phase of development. Liverpool’s principal owner, John Dablo Henry, has committed to the club and the need to continue investing wisely, likely in midfield, where the team has been struggling. Darwin Nunez and Cody Jacobo have alleviated the team’s problems, with Nunez scoring four goals in his last four games and Jacobo scoring four goals in his last six games. Klopp confirmed that the club signed wise investments and said that they would try to replicate that process in other parts of the team. Klopp was “a little surprised” by Roberto Firmino’s decision not to renew his contract, which ends this season, but he is looking to finish the season on a positive note, with Liverpool currently in line to qualify for the Champions League.