Rodgers – I can keep players at the club
Luis Suarez is one of the Liverpool players who draws attention from other clubs
LIVERPOOL, England ● New Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says he is confident that he can keep his big name players at the club as he looks to build a side capable of challenging for the top four and a place in the Champions League.
There has been talk amongst those over at www.free-bet-finder.com that a number of clubs are in for the star players at the Reds, however Rodgers is hopeful that his key men are staying: “I am very confident in relation to the conversations I have had,” he said.
The Northern Irishman has stated though, that players must share the same vision as him and if they don’t and are not hungry to play for the club then he may be forced to show them the door.
“You can only sell the dream going forward. The reality is there is a lot of nostalgia about this club, and I have seen that in my early time here, but what is important is going forward.
The Liverpool manager then added: “Of course the club isn’t in the Champions League and the top players want to play at that level, but hopefully in the next coming years we can strive to get towards that.
“If that is not enough for a player then they will go, it is as simple as that.”
Luis Suarez is a player that has attracted plenty of attention, mainly from Juventus who seem keen on signing the Uruguayan striker.
Despite the interest from the Italian giants, Rodgers fully expects his number seven to be pulling on the red shirt for the start of the Premier League season.
He said: “I have spoken to him but focused very much on the future in terms of what I believe he can bring to how we are going to play. He was fantastic, very open, and I think he was impressed with how we played last season.”
Those assessing the free bet finder’s Paypal betting guide note how it is now about whom the former Swansea boss brings into the club and he must be clever in this transfer marker as his predecessor Kenny Dalglish spent a lot of money but ended up finishes eight in the English top flight.