Tottenham Hotspur coach, Jose Mourinho, has supported Jurgen Klopp’s case that a few clubs in the Premier League, have avoided money related challenges during the COVID-19 flare-up on the grounds that they are claimed by oligarchs and nations.
Liverpool chief, Klopp, offered the comments after his side’s transfer business this window was over and over contrasted with the enormous spending Chelsea and Manchester City.
Sponsored by proprietor Roman Abramovich, Chelsea is near a £250 million cost in moves up until this point, yet Mourinho said Tottenham were run contrastingly simply like Liverpool.
“The other day Jurgen was saying Liverpool wasn’t a club of oligarchs and a club that belongs to countries,” Mourinho said in a press conference on Friday.
“We are the same. So we are not the kind of club that can go to the market and spend a fortune on players.
“We are all working hard, I want to make it very, very clear, to get a good balance and that good balance would be to get one more striker.”
Liverpool has made just one signing so far, while Tottenham has spent a combined £30m on Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Matt Doherty and Joe Hart.