Jurgen Klopp has admitted that Liverpool's cross-city rivals Everton have done 'really good business' this summer, as the Reds continue to be frustrated in their pursuits of Virgil van Dijk and Naby Keita.
Speaking to the press this week, Klopp said that Everton, who have brought in a whole host of first-team players as they look to break into the established Premier League top six, have bought well - but insisted that he isn't thinking too hard about the transfer dealings of any club other than his own.
“First of all," he said, "I’m not interested in what other clubs are doing until we play them. So they can make the best business or the worst business, I’m not in it.
Looking ahead to the season's first derby, at Anfield in December, he said: