Klopp gives final stance on Dejan Lovren transfer situation
There are some speculation around Dejan Lovren’s future but Liverpool have no plans to give away the centre-back
Klopp has plans of moving into the new season with Dejan Lovren on board.
The Croatia centre-back was linked with a summer move away from Anfield with AC Milan and Levante understood to be keen on securing his services.
However, Jurgen Klopp isn’t looking to sell Lovren and expects him to stay put for the 2019/20 campaign.
Although the speculation, the former Southampton defender hasn’t indicated that he wants to leave. With Liverpool receiving no approaches for him.
Dejan Lovrens will report back to Melwood for pre-season training later this month ahead of the pre-season tour in the U.S.
Lovren, who turns 30 on Friday, endured a difficult 2018/19 season on a personal level as he started just 15 matches in all competitions.
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He was hampered by a number of fitness issues and was an unused substitute in the Champions League final triumph over Tottenham in Madrid.
The German added to his defensive options this summer after signing £1.3million Sepp van den Berg from PEC Zwolle.