Jurgens Klopp has insisted he will keep the Reds in Serie B despite the club’s recent struggles.
The German, who has just been appointed as the new Liverpool boss, has previously suggested he wants the Reds to remain in the Premier League, and admitted the recent struggles of his side are the result of poor signings.
However, speaking to Sky Sports on Friday, Klopp said that he would not be looking to sell the club, despite the financial pressures placed on the club.
“It’s not an easy decision,” Klopp said.
“We have to work as well as we can.
We have to have the best players in the world.
We will never sell.”
Asked if he would consider selling the club if the current season was a failure, Klopp replied: “Yes.”
“We will never give up, we will never stop trying,” he added.
“I will not make decisions, I will work and I will continue to work.”
But if there’s a failure then it’s because we can’t continue.
The situation is not good, we need to get better.
I don’t see how we can continue.
“Klopp’s appointment will also see the club return to the Champions League, which the Reds are currently playing in.
However with the Europa League qualifying tie against FC Twente on Friday having been postponed due to the flu, Klopp believes the fixture is not important to the club at the moment.”
I can’t think of a more important match than the Europa.””
So we have to be there.
I can’t think of a more important match than the Europa.”