Liverpool’s head coach Jurgen Klopp believes that England Manager could have problems with players fatigue when players resume for Euro 2020 next summer.
Jurgen Klopp is of the notion that Gareth Southgate will be at the receiving end if the Premier League doesn’t change allow the five substitutes per game rule.
The German tactician hasn’t hidden his desire to have an opportunity to bring in five players per game as he feels it’d help the players and the team in terms of fixture congestion.
Injuries have rocked the camp of the Reds this season and it’s one of the things that has infuriated the 53 year-old as he believes they have been caused majorly by fixture congestion and the unavailability of extra two subs.
“I’m sure we will discuss it early again, because of the influence of three subs,” Klopp said.
“Now pretty much all teams have to play every three days, it will be massive for everybody from now on and every team will feel the difference. Next summer it will be a problem for Gareth Southgate.
“All of the players Gareth wants to pick play [European] football most of them, pretty much all. Most of them are playing three times a week, to do that from February, on again, and play three times a week all the time. Gareth will get what we give him if we stick with three subs.”