The summer transfer window is set to be declared open and Liverpool will be going other teams to engage for more additions and strengthening of the team ahead of the coming season which already promises to be more competitive.
Already, Liverpool chairman has expressed confidence in manager Jurgen Klopp and promised to give him the needed support to have more additions in the team so that they can stop being second and win the title next season.
The English Premier League is the target for the Reds team as they have not won it in their last 30 years.
However, BBC Sport reporter David Ornstein has hinted that he does not expect the Red Devils ten to do some big money buys this season because if the need for continuity in the team.
According to him, a need will only arise if a big player insists on leaving the club as Brazilian international Philippe Coutinho did, but that is not being expected from any of the big names in the team.
The journalist, therefore, hints that the Reds team will seek the service of a young player who can grow with the team and also have the ability to play different roles.
He added that manager Jurgen Klopp could also seek for a player who will replace Daniel Sturridge who could leave the club at the end the season.