Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that the club are unlikely to do anymore transfer business this summer.
The Reds completed the record-breaking signing of goalkeeper Alisson on Thursday night, with the Brazilian joining Xherdan Shaqiri, Naby Keïta and Fabinho as the club’s fourth summer arrival.
While some outlets had speculated that Liverpool would now turn their attention to Lyon’s Nabil Fekir, who was close to signing before the World Cup began, Klopp has suggested that he has what he needs for the upcoming season.
As quoted by Neil Jones of Goal, Klopp said:
I don’t know. We will see. We have everything we need for the next season, because I don’t think we will do anything more [in the market]. I’m pretty sure of that.
We have the squad for now and that’s the most important thing. We were not too bad last year but we had to improve and we tried that on the transfer market.
I’m really happy with our signings to be honest, so now let’s use the last few weeks to be as good as possible.
There could still be outgoings for Liverpool before the deadline closes, though, with Danny Ward and Danny Ings touted as potential departures.