Liverpool’s position on bringing in a second summer signing before the transfer deadline on Tuesday.
Liverpool do not appear to be planning any fresh acquisitions before the transfer deadline.
So far, Liverpool has been rather quiet in the summer transfer market, and it appears unlikely that they will make any further additions before the deadline on Tuesday. So far this summer, Ibrahima Konate is the sole new face at Anfield.
According to rumors, Liverpool will not make any fresh acquisitions until the end of the summer window.
The Reds have recently concentrated on outgoings, with Xherdan Shaqiri departing for Lyon.
Divock Origi, who is not in Jurgen Klopp’s plans, might potentially leave before the deadline.
According to rumours, the striker’s future could determine whether the club brings in any more new players.
Liverpool would only bring in new players if they can buy them at a “cheap” price, according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano.
Liverpool paid over £36 million for Konate in order to provide Klopp with extra defensive options.
But, aside from that, it’s unlikely he’ll make any changes to the front three, with Harvey Elliott returning from a loan spell at Blackburn to add to the attacking threat.
Following the departure of Georginio Wijnaldum at the end of last season, Klopp and Michael Edwards were thought to be looking for a replacement midfielder.
Klopp, on the other hand, has always maintained that he has enough options in his current team to replace the Dutchman, who joined PSG on a free transfer.
Renato Sanches of Lille was also mentioned by Romano as a possible alternative for Wijnaldum.
However, the Portuguese international recently sustained a long-term injury, effectively ending any prospects of a transfer.
Instead of making any late changes, Liverpool seems likely to settle with what they have.
Elliott, a teen sensation, is likely to play a significant part this season, barring any late additions.
The 18-year-old began against Chelsea and put in a strong performance with Fabinho and Jordan Henderson in midfield.
The Athletic reported on Monday morning that Edwards would be departing the club at the conclusion of the season.
In recent years, the sports director has been credited with putting together a team that has won both the Champions League and the Premier League in successive years.
Unless he makes any moves in January, it appears that the acquisition of Konate will be his final piece of inbound business.
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