Dejan Lovren not happy at Liverpool despite relief at end of transfer saga

Dejan Lovren says he is happy sitting about the Liverpool seat but is relieved that his transfer saga is over for today.
The Croatia centre-half has verified that he wished to leave Anfield in the summer after falling in the pecking order of Jurgen Klopp behind Joe Gomez, Joel Matip and Virgil van Dijk.
Nightclubs including Roma and AC Milan but Liverpool targeted lovren and Klopp insisted that they wanted the 30-year-old, that has two years left on his contract, to remain.
“I really feel relief the transfer window is still closed. I got tired of listening and reading every day about me staying or leaving in Liverpool,” Lovren told Ms newspaper Sportske Novotsti.
“Everyone wrote’Dejan is here, Dejan is that there’, and understood nothing. Me disturbs. (However ) yes, I’d consider shifting. I wished to leave, however, it didn’t occur, I was told I am needed by Liverpool and I recognized that.
“I’m not the sort of player that likes to be benched and earn money. I was advised by some people around me’what exactly do you care? You are in a club consider the money’ – but I am not happy on the bench.
“I’m very happy because all of the time that I felt LFC was me. I respect that a great deal. Klopp explained’listen you are a top-class participant. We will not allow you to go online loan. We want you’.
“Last week I spoke to Klopp again, he explained he knows me, knows I am happy, however, he also said’look, now it is completed, I want you to refresh your head, I find you significant’.
“I am in my prime era, in great shape, emotionally ready and you cannot buy experience.”

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