Liverpool coach Klopp talked about the team's lineup in an interview with Sky Sports. He said: "This season does require a certain number of players, but the 30-man lineup is too bloated."
Klopp said in the interview: "You can't or shouldn't have a 30-man lineup, which is unreasonable. We don't have so many games for this lineup."
"There will be a timetable for the players, especially some players need to play for the national team. Some players are indeed on the verge, and we will try our best to rotate."
"We will see how to classify, but you can't keep a team unused, you need to send them on the field every two to three weeks. It's not like you leave an old car in the garage and then Open on Sunday."
"We will definitely have a difficult time to lose a player, so we will find a way to deal with such a situation."
"But the 30-player lineup is definitely not what we want."
"Our only problem is that we do need a certain number of players."
"Quality should take precedence over quantity. In this season, we also need a certain number of players, that's a fact."
"No one has encountered such a season. We only have two or three weeks to play on weekends. This makes a big difference."