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12 August 2018, 02:29 | Pamela Mathis
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Liverpool may have invested £170 million ($217m) in fresh faces but that only gives them a one-year window for Premier League title success, says Jamie Carragher, with further transfer sprees unlikely.
"For me, nothing is impossible", The Guardian quotes him as saying.
Fabinho's arrival caused a stir due to reports Monaco had previously blocked the midfielder joining United, who had held a long-term interest in the player, but the 24-year-old has moved to dismiss those claims ahead of his Liverpool debut today.
And with a series of key summer acquisitions, the Reds are seen as the most likely side to dethrone Manchester City.
Liverpool will beat Manchester City to the Premier League title this season, Ian Wright reckons.
The London side have only won once in their last 45 visits to Anfield, and Liverpool will be looking to make their stadium a fortress once again this campaign after finishing last season unbeaten at home. I want this season's title race to be more spicy and I think it will be. "That depends only on how we play, perform and fight, not on what I say now". We have taken players in with the quality to help the team.
Shaqiri, who played in this summer's World Cup for Switzerland, stresses that Klopp now has strength in depth at his disposal after a summer spending spree to supplement what be already had - a team good enough to reach the Champions League Final just three months ago.
"We are still Rocky Balboa, not Ivan Drago", said Klopp.
"We want to compete with the biggest teams like Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Barcelona". You need to have the right personality for that very hard job.
"Whether they have the capacity to catch a formidable City or not - and no matter how much opposition managers speak about Klopp having to start delivering a major trophy - it is better to be part of the conversation than on the outside listening in".
Liverpool have been handed a boost with Fabinho able to return to training after being given the all-clear following a scan on a muscle problem on Thursday while he's also recovered from a minor bout of illness.
"I also stated after Coutinho's sale that the extraordinary fee presented an opportunity - for one summer at least - to outspend the rest of the Premier League".
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