Liverpool transfer stance suggests Jurgen Klopp feels he has made a mistake

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“But Liverpool have already given their answer, they said no to Napoli, the player can only leave on a permanent basis.” 

Tsimikas is only the second Greek player ever to ply his trade for Liverpool, though his fortunes have not fared much better than the first player in Sotirios Kyrgiakos. 

Given the fact Tsimikas cost Liverpool around £11.5m, their willingness, enthusiasm even, to get rid of him suggests Klopp, along with the rest of the Liverpool hierarchy know his signing was a mistake. 

Tsimikas did not make his Premier League debut until the 4-1 defeat at the hands of eventual champions Manchester City in early February. 

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