Jurgen Klopp’s assistant insists he’s not surprised by the news that the Swans are selling the team.

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Liverpool assistant manager Pep Lijnders has been notified by the club’s owners. Therefore not surprised by the news of a new funding group, stressing that FSG has always been in the best interest of the UFABET club. But for now let’s focus on the Carabao Cup game.

Jurgen Klopp’s right – hand man Pep Lijnders has admitted that club owner Fenway Sports Group ( FSG ) told himself and the German boss 10 days ago. Want to find new investors, so I’m not surprised by the news that came out. Ready to see that the reason to do so is for the long-term benefit of the club

Jurgen Klopp's assistant insists he's not surprised by the news that the Swans are selling the team.

Became the subject of news about the draw for the UEFA Champions League round of 16 teams that will face Real Madrid completely when. The Athletic reported that the Fenway group decided to release the team. To a group of investors, having informed Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley that they want to sell the Anfield club’s business in order to take over the process. 

Most recently, at a press conference before the game when the Reds will open their home against Derby County in the Carabao Cup third round on Wednesday journalists inquired about the matter. Which Red Machine assistant manager revealed that he had known it before and had spoken to Klopp some time, but now the focus must be on the competition. Which also has cup and league games waiting

“We knew that 10 days ago, of course, we know about this statement. There is nothing more than you know. What I want to say is that I always know the owners are doing it in the best interest of the club. And they always do. I believe they have always tried. There was little talk between me and Jurgen, but since then. We started focusing on the team. We have a big game waiting. What I love about this club is when the rumours come out. We focus on what is important and what is important is to prepare for Derby. Because we want to compete in this trophy,” said Lijnders.

The Financial Times reported that Fenway had been contacted by at least one potential buyer. Although the name was not disclosed. But many media outlets have reported in the same way that the Ricketts family owns the Chicago Cubs in Major League Baseball. Which previously had been interested in taking over Chelsea  in the Premier League, such as together