Rodgers Confident Liverpool Can Bring Top Players Without Champions League despite
Liverpool – Some time ago Brendan Rodgers admits Liverpool will be difficult to bring top players without Champions League. However, this time Rodgers rectify his words and believes the Reds can talk a lot in the transfer market later.
Is ranked fifth, Liverpool in a difficult position to qualify for the Champions League because they are still at odds with Manchester United’s seven points in the fourth position. Although still have one match remaining, clear with Liverpool’s current performance is not so favored to finish top four.
Just look at when they are just playing to a 0-0 draw with West Bromwich Albion in which the players ‘The Red’ trouble scoring. So that line of attack became one of the big PR Rodgers in the upcoming transfer window.
Liverpool need top players called up front which must be imported at high prices. Not only expensive contract, Liverpool also have to appear in the Champions League if you want to have more value in the eyes of players incarannya.
But Rodgers believes Liverpool still has appeal that would make the star players come, even without the Champions League though.
“The break is a player. If they feel this team has a great project for them to learn and grow, although we will not be playing in the Champions League, then the players may still want to join here,” Rodgers said as quoted by Soccernet.
“Obviously they really want to play in the Champions League, but if they look at our performance over the last few years – and this season we did perform poorly – if we can be solid again, getting quality players this summer, we can do well again next season and hopefully we can get back there, “he continued.