The manager of Liverpool alleged that teams supported by Gulf nations, including Newcastle United, Manchester City, and Paris Saint-Germain, could “do whatever they want financially.”

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Newcastle was congratulated ironically by the German after Newcastle’s sporting director Dan Ashowrth claimed they had no ceiling,  insisting  “other clubs have”

Since the Saudis acquired an 80% share in the Tynesiders last October, Toon have spent almost £210 million on new players.

Klopp was retaliated against by Howe, who cautioned him to “be careful” with his views.

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He responded: “One or two comments were not totally accurate and that’s when I have to stand up for my football club. 

“What Dan meant was that there’s no ceiling to our long-term ambition. 

“We have huge plans and want to go to places with huge ambitions but the reality of what we are working towards and working with, there is a ceiling because of Financial Fair Play. 

“Everyone has to be careful with their comments and opinions.

“We’re still in a training ground that’s been renovated. 

“We’re not living that life that is being discussed – we are living a very different reality. 

“Our wage bill is very controlled. 

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“We’re trying to do things in a very stable and controlled way. 

“Although we have spent money on players, it has not been extravagant or out of sync with the rest of the Premier League

“We could have gone in a totally different way – we haven’t splashed the money some people thought we would have done.” 

Howe is not bothered if the Mags are getting under the skin of rivals. 

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He added: “We don’t want to be looked at as soft touches or we’re just turning up to entertain. 

“To do that, you can’t look at teams and overly respect them too much. 

“We will just do our thing. We are not too worried about what other people think about us.”

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