Aldo suggests Liverpool's owners will have questions to answer unless they start investing heavily in the transfer market in the next 12 months, as they look to finish this latest transfer window in profit on player trading once again.
While Klopp has openly admitted the performance of his players has not been adequate in the two defeats, some football fans have jokingly (at least we *think* it's jokingly) suggested the German boss has rolled out a few onomatopoeic words to help distract journalist from talking and writing about the problems with his team.
Last week saw Liverpool's 18-match unbeaten run come to an end at Swansea City before they were knocked out of the FA Cup - their most realistic chance of silverware this season - by West Bromwich Albion on Saturday.
"Liverpool have lost two games in a row". "We can stop thinking about that". It was not about creating chances, it was about different things.
"In the short-term, I don't think we will do a lot".
Asked if Wagner could emulate Burnley manager Sean Dyche in keeping his newly-promoted side up this year before pushing on and making the top half of the table Town's habitat next time around, Klopp replied: "I don't think Huddersfield are long enough in the Premier League to be able to compare them".
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He did not rule out an exit for the 31-year-old, but insisted nobody will be allowed leave the club if nobody is signed. If anything else happens, at the moment I would say I don't know.
'We have to get immediately back on the winning track, ' he acknowledged.
Wagner and Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp have a friendship off the pitch, but the former has insisted that he will focus exclusively on inspiring his team to a win at the John Smith's Stadium.
"The solution is not out there on the transfer market". They brought some fresh ideas, obviously confidence.
"He is very important for us". "We need to deliver as well". Talk of teammates, best men and godfathers offers the fixture a colourful backdrop but the harsh reality is that both managers desperately need the points.