Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has suggested the Reds successful transfer window is yet to be concluded.
The Merseyiders were a massive 25 points behind eventual champions Manchester city last season and Klopp seems intent on closing the gaps as shown with a plethora of new signings already announced by the club.
Xherdan Shaquiri is the lastest in a group which also includes Naby Keira,Fabinho and most expensive goalkeeper in the history of football, Alisson Becker to arrive at Anfield during the off-season.
However, the German manager in a recent interview has hinted the club could look to bring in one more new face albeit a number of fringe players might have to depart
“I cannot kill your D-day show, people sit there in front of the television all day waiting.
“If any player from my team is available, then in every other situation in my life as a manager I would have bought all of them, to be honest.
They are all fantastic boys, they are able to play fantasy football. In this moment, the squad would be too big, that’s true.
“But it’s not that that means for us that we give them for free or something like that, Liverpool is strong enough to keep all these players and then we deal with that. We are not there to make other teams stronger, that’s not our job.”
Klopp said after the 5-O win in a pre-season friendly against Napoli on Saturday.
Maligned players, Simon Mignolet, Divock Origi and Lazarus Markovic all seem destined to depart for more regular first-team chances.
While Seyi Ojo and Marko Grugic could also leave on a permanent basis or might be sent on loan to further develop their talents elsewhere.
Lyon’s Nabil Fekir and Dortmund’s Christian Pulisic are rumoured to be the likeliest names to don the Liverbird crest in the forthcoming campaign.
The Reds are set to lock horns with West Ham United in their opening league game of the new season next weekend.