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I'LL GIVE MY REDS STAYING POWER; Klopp vows to halt the exit of top stars... and says he'll do it without spending big money.

Byline: JAMES PEARCE

JURGEN KLOPP insists money isn't everything in football as he vowed to restore Liverpool to a club which retains its most gifted talents.

Last summer, today's opponents Manchester City secured the services of Reds winger Raheem Sterling in a PS49million deal, while 12 months earlier Liverpool lost Luis Suarez to Barcelona in a depressingly familiar pattern that has seen Fernando Torres, Javier Mascherano and Xabi Alonso all move on.

Liverpool manager Klopp said: "First of all we have to try to become a club in the future that nobody wants to leave. Money is only one part of success. The rest is work. If you talk about money, you don't speak about development."

FULL STORY: PAGES 46,47 Boss | Jurgen Klopp is used to battling wealthy clubs as he did at Dortmund against Bayern Munich

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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
Date:Nov 21, 2015
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