The German tactician will try to sign some top players during the offseason, but there could be some issues to see some top names joining the Reds.

Liverpool owners may be planning to splash the cash to bring the team back to where it belongs, but Jürgen Klopp has identified a major issue when it comes to attracting new footballers.

The German coach spoke about the team's transfer plans for next season, and while he admitted that there will be top players joining the team, their chances of making marquee signings will rely on their ability to finish among the top four in the ongoing Premier League season.

"When I talk to a player, if I'm allowed which is barely the case, you can realise if they are interested, we are not 100 per cent in the Champions League next season and they would know that," Klopp stated.

Liverpool has been linked with potential moves for players such as Jude Bellingham, Ryan Gravenberch, or Declan Rice, but their options to sign them have not improved due to their lack of certainty about playing Champions League games next season.

When asked about the chances of hiring top names for the upcoming campaign, Klopp remains hopeful that Liverpool's reputation will give them an option to do so, regardless of their ranking once the Premier League season comes to an end.

"It's one thing we can't guarantee next year, but everything else is the same. It is a fantastic football club. We are still Liverpool and very attractive for a lot of players. I am not concerned about that. Of course it is more difficult without Champions League," Klopp added.

The German coach ended his presser by referring to his team's chances of making a top four finish, admitting that even if they are close, it will not matter if they win all their points if those above them do not drop the ball.

"I know that weeks ago, it was completely out of sight, I couldn't see it at all. But that didn't mean that we will not try to closer. That's the only thing we did: got closer. It's still more likely Manchester United will win and if they finish the season above, they deserve it,"Klopp concluded.

Liverpool will face Leicester, Aston Villa, and Southampton in their last three Premier League matches. To secure a spot in next year's Champions League, the Reds will need to win all their games and see either Newcastle or Manchester United dropping points in their four remaining fixtures.