Lucas Vazquez claimed he was not interested in switching to Liverpool after talking about a possible change with Jürgen Klopp on Saturday night following the Champions League final of Real Madrid in Kiev.
The 26-year-old was an influential figure in Zinedine Zidane's squad this season. He played 47 times in all competitions, scoring eight goals and providing nine assists.
However, the Spaniard was not challenged by his French coach on the grandest stage. Top scorer Gareth Bale preferred it instead ̵
According to Don Balon, although Klopp reportedly joined the Real Madrid man full-time, Vazquez assured the Germans that he would not leave the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu this summer with his plan to stay in the Spanish capital battles for his Place.
After Mohamed Salah had been replaced due to injury after half an hour after his 3-1 defeat on Saturday, Liverpool lacked the usual speed, which was used extensively by the now 13-time Champions League winners.
It is said that the Anfield hierarchy is ready to financially support its German manager over the summer to counter such problems after such a fruitful return on capital last year, with Liverpool chairman Tom Werner joining the Telegraph before the Kiev as well says showdown.
"I am delighted that Naby Keita is coming to the club this summer [from RB Leipzig] and I can only promise our fans that we will continue to improve the squad," he said.
"Whatever happens on Saturday night, we'll make sure we have a strong squad to fight for trophies that have even more depth next season, we'll make decisions that will improve the team, and we will commit players who convince us. " successful.
Despite the seemingly available money, the Reds look like they have to look elsewhere for reinforcements.