The Reds broke their club record transfer fee when they paid Southampton £75m for Dutch centre-back Van Dijk in the last window. You don't make the team better.
"You can't say you want a player, they give you a number and you say, "Right we will pay that". "Why not? We have shown in the past few seasons we can beat all the English clubs".
"I don't care who you are in this tournament now that front three, when they are on fire, the way they play, the intensity, going to Anfield - a difficult place to go - the pace they have got in that team, they are going to be a hard proposition for any team in this tournament". A top Spanish club? We don't mind. We are not afraid.
Speaking to reporters, according to Goal, Can said: "Of course, I have to think about my footballing future. We feel we can beat any side on our day, and we don't mind who we get", reckoned the Brazilian who has been instrumental for Liverpool this season.
Firmino's form this season, he has scored 22 goals and also registered numerous assists, guarantees him a place at this summer's World Cup in Russian Federation. "Why not?" said Brazil worldwide Firmino, who has 22 goals this season and is part of a devastating front three at Anfield alongside Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane.
Thompson was quick to say on Saturday that Jose Mourinho schooled Klopp with his tactics at Old Trafford and the midfielder has now insisted that man for man, Liverpool are the equals of runaway league leaders Manchester City.
The first legs will take place on April 3 and 4 with the return legs the following week.