Manchester City ‘can do what they want’ financially despite FFP, Klopp claims

  • Liverpool manager: ‘not possible’ to compete with spending
  • Klopp also casts doubt on FFP’s impact on state-owned clubs

Jürgen Klopp has claimed Liverpool cannot compete financially with Manchester City because Gulf state-owned clubs “can do what they want” despite financial fair play rules.

The Liverpool manager is satisfied his team can match City on the pitch but off it, he insists, is an entirely different matter demonstrated by Sunday’s opponents adding Erling Haaland to a squad that won the Premier League for the fourth time in five seasons in May.

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