To Deny Liverpool Dominance You Need To Spend Big – John Barnes
Liverpool area unit capable of competitive for high honours over a few years, says John Barnes, however domestic and European rivals will be expected to “spend many millions” during a bid to prevent the Reds from dominating.
Jurgen Klopp’s facet became continental and international kings in 2019.
The Champions League crown was secured last season, whereas the present campaign has delivered UEFA Super Cup and Club tournament triumphs.
A 10-point lead has conjointly been spread out at the highest of the Premier League table, with
Liverpool trying to land a superior title in England for the primary time in thirty years.
The Reds became the team to catch, with the potential there for them to become regular collectors of major tableware.
The chasing pack area unit, however, seemingly to speculate heavily in a shot to shut the gap, with Barnes warning that larger challenges lie ahead.
“In terms of what they need done up to now, I will see them doing it once more next year,” the Reds legend same within the interview.
“But if Man city or Man United pay millions of cash to boost, can say that Liverpool are undoubtedly planning to win the league? No.
“You have to be compelled to maintain your consistency. I don’t assume this Liverpool team will truly get any higher however they will be as consistent.”
Barnes shaped a part of the last Liverpool facet to savour title success, with the club having been a european res publica throughout the Seventies and 80s, however he doesn’t expect the category of 2019-20 to possess things all their own method.
He added: “Now a team will pay many millions whereas within the past that didn’t happen – it took time.
“Now a team will quickly improve as a result of the disbursement power.
“I assume it’s a lot of more durable to dominate, win the league and maintain your position at the terribly high than it had been in my day.”
Liverpool, recent from border out Flamengo within the Club tournament final in Qatar, are back in domestic action on Boxing Day once they soak up a visit to Leicester – with the Foxes still Sat second within the Premier League table despite suffering a 3-1 defeat to Manchester city in their last outing.