Agreed: Jurgen Klopp tacitly congratulates Jose Mourinho for Alexis Sanchez deal

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp had gave his opinion on Sanchez’s proposed move to Old Trafford for a fee worth £35million. According to the German manager, the deal is one of the transfer that ‘makes sense’ at the ongoing transfer market.

Alexis Sanchez who was Manchester City’s longtime target is set for United move in a deal which will also see United’s striker Mkhitaryan become an Arsenal player.

Though surprised about the player’s £490,000-a-week wages, Klopp believes the player is one of the best players in the Premier League therefore deserves to be paid handsomely.

“I have nothing to say about the numbers,” said the German. “I could really create headlines, but I won’t.

“We’ve had our big transfer. Sanchez makes sense for pretty much every team in the world because he’s a very good player.” he said

Sanchez’s move to Old Trafford is yet to be officially confirmed by the Red Devils but according to Arsene Wenger, the Chilean’s move to Old Trafford is inevitable. The deal is expected to be finalized in few days.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is desperately hoping to conclude a deal with Bundesliga giants for Aubameyang before the end of the month. According to reports, the Gabonese goal-poacher is highly rated by Wenger as a player who will replace the want-away striker.

Liverpool are one of the busiest club in the ongoing transfer market as they have been involved in some huge-money transactions with other clubs notably Countinho’s move to Camp Nou.

Countiho was sold to Barcelona for a record fee of £142million earlier this month. The Reds were also involved in a record-breaking deal when they signed up Southampton defender Virgil Van Dijk for a reported fee of £75million. Emre Can is another player who could depart Anfield before the deadline day as Manchester City and Juventus are eyeing a possible move for the 24-year-old Germany international.

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