Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp has started two conditions that would make the Merseyside sign more players
Although Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is happy with his team, they may yet need to return to the transfer market.
The German tactician claims that Liverpool won’t add any more players this summer unless they are compelled to before the end of the transfer market.
The Reds have had a relatively quiet window having signed Calvin Ramsey, Fabio Carvalho and Darwin Nunez in mid-June.
And Klopp insists he’s happy to keep his squad settled unless there are sensational late developments.
“Unless we have injuries or player sales no, we have our squad,” Klopp said (via Sky Sports)
When asked about potential sales, he replied: “I don’t talk about these things, you know that.”
The deal that took Nunez from Benfica to Anfield could rise to a club record £85 million if certain add-ons are met, based on individual and team performances.
Liverpool have otherwise added teenagers Fabio Carvalho and Calvin Ramsay from Fulham and Aberdeen respectively.
With Sadio Mane departing for Bayern Munich before the arrival of Nunez and speculation about Mohamed Salah’s future ended when the Egyptian penned a new three-year deal.
There have been reports linking Liverpool with a move for Sporting CP midfielder Matheus Nunes.
Another is Rennes forward Martin Terrier who has been mentioned, amid uncertainty surrounding Roberto Firmino’s future at the club.
It remains to be seen whether Liverpool will bring in new players to Anfield this summer.