There are already emerging reports about the English Premier League outfit, Liverpool, ahead of the summer transfer window.
Manager Jurgen Klopp had already given the big hint that the fans should not expect big money deals in the coming summer transfer window because he is happy with his team.
He also expressed the desire to keep the present crop of players together and will not need any major addition.
However, it is claimed that the Reds activity in the summer window will be determined by the future of two stars Daniel Sturridge and Divock Origi.
It is claimed that should both players remain at the Anfield, there might be no need to need to bring in new additions.
Daniel Sturridge and Divock Origi are both in the attacking position which is the major need which calls for attention in the team.
Both players have not been seeing enough playing time at the Anfield as they are favoured behind other attackers.
There has been a solid force in the Jurgen Klopp attack owing to the presence of Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane.
There will, therefore, be a need for more attackers in the Jurgen Kop team if he parts ways with