Liverpool Boss Jurgen Klopp has been given the permission to sign players from his former club Borussia Dortmund.
There have been talks of Klopp being unable to sign his former players but the German club CEO has denied that there is any agreement between his club and Klopp stopping the Reds from doing transfer business with them.
Klopp left Dortmund last summer after seven years at the Signal Iduna park, he won two back to back Bundesliga titles with the German club and also lead the club to a Champions league final in 2013 which they lost to Bayern Munich.
The manager took over at Anfield last month after taking a six month Sabbatical.
Reports in England claim the 48 year old will return to Germany to raid his former club with the likes of Marco Reus, Matt Hummels, and Ilkay Gundogan linked with a move to Anfield when the transfer window opens in January.
Dortmund’s CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke, has now stated that Klopp’s good relationship with the German club’s hierarchy could make it easier for players to move between the two clubs.
‘One thing is clear, we at BVB Dortmund have a very good relationship with Jurgen,’ said Watzke.
‘There would be no conflict were there to be interest in one of our players at some point.
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