Tottenham are just one of three teams in the Premier League who have yet to spend the cash, with Everton and Burnley the other two clubs yet to make their first signing of the summer.
"When we chose to extend the contract, first of all I am comfortable, the second one is the club trust what we are doing", he said. English people love that type of football - those type of games.
"I'm happy to smile and to see that you can change your opinion and change as a person, it is amusing", the United manager said of Klopp's U-turn.
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'It's going to be very hard, especially this year with the big teams Man United, Arsenal, Chelsea spending lots of money to get very good players, ' Silva said.
"To win consecutive leagues is going to be very hard but we're going to try".
"We are going to decide but at this moment, we are good enough", the Spaniard added.
Silva was speaking at the Anfi del Mar resort in Gran Canaria which he regards as the best kept secret in short distance holiday locations.