The Reds boss suggested on Sunday that ‘something could happen’ at Anfield before the end of August
Jurgen Klopp has indicated that Liverpool will try to make further signings before the transfer window closes.
But the Reds boss insists that if he no longer does business at Anfield, he can happily embark on the new season he already has at his disposal.
Liverpool have made just one major signing so far this summer, bringing RB Leipzig defender Ibrahima Konate to a £ 36m ($ 50m) deal.
What did Klopp say about transfers?
In conversation after Liverpool’s 1-1 draw with Athletic Bilbao on Sunday, Klopp was asked directly if he was satisfied with his team and with the Reds’ summer affairs.
He said: ‘I’m very happy with the team, but that does not mean we are not looking at the market.
‘But as long as nothing happens, I’m more than happy with the team I have. I’m more than happy with the players I have.
‘We have so many things you can not draw.
“You can not draw many things, and that’s what we have to use. There are, of course, other approaches, and we have an influence on them. Our situation is as it is.
“We have a great team and something could happen until the end of the transfer window, but I can say nothing about that at the moment.”
Who is Liverpool connected to?
The feeling among fans is that a new midfielder replacing the departure Gini Wijnaldum, as well as a forward to provide competition in the attack, would be ideal.
A number of names have been linked, though the majority have been fired by Anfield sources. Atletico Madrid’s Saul Niguez, for example, is not on the agenda, nor are Italian star Federico Chiesa or Portuguese midfielder Renato Sanches.
West Ham’s Jarrod Bowen has fans at the club, as do Florian Neuhaus of Borussia Moenchengladbach and Yves Bissouma of Brighton. The Liverpool recruiting team also looked at Harvey Barnes of Leicester and Pedro Neto of Wolves.
Lille striker Jonathan David has been watched in the past, but there is no agreement with the Canada international. The same goes for Watford’s Ismaila Sarr.
As for expenses, it remains to be seen whether Nat Phillips, Xherdan Shaqiri, Neco Williams and Divock Origi will be loaded. Shaqiri is wanted by clubs in Italy and Spain, while Phillips has a long-standing interest in Brighton and Burnley, among others.
Ben Davies can meanwhile be loaned out, while Sheffield United are currently leading the race.