Football: Big-spending Liverpool need to start delivering trophies, says former Reds midfielder Danny Murphy

Former Reds midfielder Danny Murphy said the biggest challenge for the team will not be on the pitch, but in their heads, as the heavy spending will put Jurgen Klopp under pressure to produce instant success.
Former Reds midfielder Danny Murphy said the biggest challenge for the team will not be on the pitch, but in their heads, as the heavy spending will put Jurgen Klopp under pressure to produce instant success.ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO

SINGAPORE - Among the "big six" English Premier League clubs, Liverpool have made the biggest statement of intent in the transfer window by splashing out the cash on the world's most expensive goalkeeper Alisson for £65 million (S$116 million) and midfielders Naby Keita (£52m), Fabinho (£43m) and Xherdan Shaqiri (£13m).

Former Reds midfielder Danny Murphy said the biggest challenge for the team will not be on the pitch, but in their heads, as the heavy spending will put Jurgen Klopp under pressure to produce instant success.

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