Jurgen Klop said Uefa must take action against any club found that disdained its rules on financial fair play.
Manchester City and Paris-Saint-Germain have been accused of overvaluing sponsorship deals to meet the FFP rules in articles published by German magazine Der Spiegel this week. The charges were based on documents published by Leaks Football and claimed that Uefa was not aware of the extent of the alleged deception when, in the City case, a fine of £ 49m – £ 32m of them was suspended – in 2014. City and PSG denied the wrong.
Klopp is the first Premier League senior profile manager than Pep Guardiola to discuss FFP since the charges. The Liverpool manager said on Friday he had not yet read Der Spiegel's allegations, but said the governing body of European football must sanction all candidates in violation of FFP regulations to stay in shape.
"It's really hard to respond but what I can say in general is that FFP is a really good thing," Klopp said. "But I've always thought that if it exists, they have to do something with it, I have no idea what's going on, I know it has to do with Paris and Mann City, I'm not sure if you're talking about other clubs, I think FFP is a really good thing because it sets the rules. If everything is OK, then everything is fine, if not, then someone has to do something, that's all I can say, but I have no idea what the real story is. "
Liverpool are in close competition with City and PSG in the Premier League and the Champions League respectively. Clop, on the other hand, rejected the idea that Liverpool's competitors are not competing for a level playing field. "We have better circumstances than other clubs, we have better circumstances than Duddersfield, for example, but they do not blame us and say we need to find a rule so we have the same situation, So get them. "