利物浦回声报-利物浦可能参考竞争对手满足克洛普的转会需求

克洛普想要利物浦进行内部挖潜并且红军表明已经做好了准备

没有球迷能够在安菲尔德见证柯蒂·琼斯在职业生涯迈进蓬勃发展的的一步,这可能只是象征性的。

总之仍有部分球迷拒绝了解琼斯在夏天怎么帮助克洛普组成他的计划。

在上周,红军老板让大家大跌眼镜,当讨论到即将到来的转会窗口,表示:“我们想要内部挖潜。”

克洛普并没有完全否认新援的可能性。但是因为新冠病毒的流行下的财政问题,已经失去了签约维尔纳的可能性,两者的相关性是很明显的。

力量,或者至少部分力量将会来源于内部。

琼斯是行动的先锋部队,在2年前的美国,17岁的琼斯已经给克洛普留下了深刻的影响,并且吹捧为潜在的一线队主力。

现在琼斯19岁了,他在周日2:0战胜阿斯顿维拉的比赛中,替补出场几分钟后就打进了个人英超第一粒进球庆祝了刚签署的一份为期5年的协议。

琼斯并不是没有表现的球员。已经在9次的高级比赛中出场,并且取得了3例进球和一个助攻。在足总杯的德比战上已有高光的表现,联赛杯中决定性的点球战胜了阿森纳。

“琼斯的最大优点就是他有自己的想法,”利物浦青训主管Alex Inglethorpe在年初的时候说。“他非常专注有动力且很想参加重要的比赛。”

毫无疑问的是,琼斯是一个有天赋的并且是一个你想去看他比赛的的球员。

“那要满足高级比赛的需求和一线队的需求和一线队员对你的要求。”

“琼斯必须找到融入球队的方法。我相信他能够成功。我相信只要给他时间他就能融入,但这将取决与琼斯能否证明他足够优秀。”

克洛普从来不吝啬给年轻人机会,只有阿诺德永久的迈出了从青训队到一线队的一步。

Curtis Jones of Liverpool scores his team's second goal past Pepe Reina of Aston Villa during the Premier League match at Anfield
Curtis Jones of Liverpool scores his team’s second goal past Pepe Reina of Aston Villa during the Premier League match at Anfield (Image: Carl Recine/Pool via Getty Images)
在安菲尔德的英超比赛中,琼斯取得了第二粒面对阿斯顿维拉门将佩佩的进球

但那并不会被视为消极的,它强调了为什么需要鼓励琼斯的表现。

当需要时,无论是在中场或者是左翼他看起来并没有不合适,右后卫的威廉姆斯也是相似的。艾利奥特也有同样的自信,他在上周一刚签署了它的第一份职业合同。

当然在早些时候。三人都继续意识到人们对他们逐渐成长的期待,克洛普和他的教练团队还有青训队的人,特别是精英发展教练Vitor Matos。

俗话说,如果他们足够好,他们就足够大。去问问利物浦的竞争对手吧,他们也转向了青年球员。

福登在上周为曼城对阵红军的比赛中表现突出,且阿森纳也寄予了萨卡很高的厚望。格林伍德和威廉姆斯已经跟随拉什福德进入了曼联的一线队,切尔西现在也看到了优点在上赛季芒特和亚伯拉罕的租借中-布鲁斯特也被寄望在斯旺西城。

并不是所有球员在他们各自的球队都是有影响力的,至少现在不是。考虑到每个球队都有杰出的球员,他们也没必要去成为这样的球员。

他们提供了选择和新鲜的面孔,利物浦的需求并没有不同。考虑到红军欧洲、英格兰、世界冠军的身份,琼斯、威廉姆斯和艾利奥特甚至也得到了几分钟的机会,表明了克洛普是多么的看重他们。

利物浦知道仅仅内部挖潜并不是长久之计。但是忽略他们的价值就等于贬低青训团队仍在进行的对于人才、时间、资金的投资。

并不是所有新的一线队员需要巨额的价格和无休止的转会。

英文url:https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/liverpool-could-copy-rivals-give-18551967

Liverpool could copy rivals to give Jurgen Klopp the transfers he wants

Jurgen Klopp wanted Liverpool to create their transfers internally and the Reds have shown they have the personnel ready to step up

It was perhaps mildly symbolic no supporters were inside Anfield to witness Curtis Jones take the next significant step in his burgeoning Liverpool career.

After all, there remain a sizeable portion of the fanbase refusing to acknowledge how Jones helps form part of Jurgen Klopp’s plans for the summer.

The Reds boss raised eyebrows last week when, while discussing possible business in the forthcoming window, he declared: “We want to create our transfers internally.”

Klopp wasn’t completely dismissing the prospect of any new arrivals. But having declined the opportunity to challenge for Timo Werner’s signature due to the ongoing financial uncertainty in light of the coronavirus pandemic, the inference was clear.

Strength, or at least some of it, will have to come from within.

Jones is at the vanguard of that movement, touted as a potential first-team regular even before impressing Klopp when featuring as a 17-year-old on the US tour two years ago.

Now 19, he celebrated penning a five-year deal over the weekend with a first Premier League goal on his debut Anfield top-flight outing just minutes after emerging from the bench to seal Sunday’s 2-0 win over Aston Villa.138212091369

Jones isn’t one for hanging around. Already in nine senior appearances he has three goals and an assist, highlights being a memorable FA Cup derby winner and converting the decisive penalty in the League Cup triumph over Arsenal.

“Curtis’ biggest strength is that he has his own mind,” said Liverpool Academy chief Alex Inglethorpe earlier this year. “He is very single-minded and driven and given the way he wants to play the game that is important.

“There is no question that Curtis has flair and is exciting and is someone that you would want to see and watch play.

“That has to marry up with the demands of the senior game and what the first team wants and what the senior players demand of you.

“Curtis has to find a way into the team. I believe he can do that. I have faith that given time he is capable of getting in, but it is going to be down to Curtis to prove that he is good enough to stay in.”

While Klopp has never been shy of giving youth an opportunity, only Trent Alexander-Arnold has made a permanent step from Academy to first team.

Curtis Jones of Liverpool scores his team's second goal past Pepe Reina of Aston Villa during the Premier League match at Anfield
Curtis Jones of Liverpool scores his team’s second goal past Pepe Reina of Aston Villa during the Premier League match at Anfield (Image: Carl Recine/Pool via Getty Images)

But rather than be seen as a negative, it underlines why such encouragement should be taken from the emergence of Jones.

He hasn’t looked out of place whether in central midfield or the left flank, similar to right-back Neco Williams when called upon. And there is the same confidence in winger Harvey Elliott, who signed his first professional deal on Monday.

Early days, of course. However, all three continue to realise the gradually growing expectations placed upon them, carefully managed not only by Klopp but his coaching staff and those at the Academy, not least elite development coach Vitor Matos.

As the saying goes, if they’re good enough then they’re old enough. Just ask some of Liverpool’s rivals, who have also turned to youth.

Phil Foden was outstanding against the Reds last week for Manchester City, while Arsenal have high hopes for Bukayo Saka.

Mason Greenwood and Brandon Wiliams have followed Marcus Rashford into the first team at Manchester United, and Chelsea are now seeing the benefit of Mason Mount and Tammy Abraham having had loan spells elsewhere last season – a path Rhian Brewster will be hoping to follow as he continues to find the target at Swansea City.

Not all are influential cogs in their respective teams, at least not yet. But they don’t have to be, given the more established talent that remains around them in each squad.

But they offer options and some required fresh faces, with Liverpool’s needs no different. And given the Reds’ status of European, world and English champions, that Jones, Williams and Elliott are even being given minutes underlines how highly they are considered by Klopp.

Liverpool know internal transfers alone are not the answer long-term. But to dismiss their value is to belittle the investment – in terms of time, talent and finance – that remains ongoing at the Academy.

Not all new first-team players require a mammoth price tag and an interminable transfer saga.

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