The summer transfer window is still yet to open and the Reds have already made their first signing.
Last week saw the club announce the new addition of French centre-back Ibrahima Konaté.
It has also been reported that the club aren’t stopping there, with more signings expected this summer.
Despite these reports, the Mirror are stating that Liverpool have limited finances to rebuild…
The news, as cited by Anfield Watch, initially juxtaposes everything that Liverpool fans have been seeing.
However, it actually makes sense when you learn how the club plan to fund their transfer activity this summer.
Liverpool will need to sell fringe players to fund further signings over the next few months.
It is being reported that £50m trio Divock Origi, Harry Wilson, and Marko Grujic are all up for sale.
Grujic, in particular, is wanted by FC Porto, with the Portuguese club taking him on loan last season.
It will be interesting to see who the club opt to sell this summer in their attempts to raise funds.
One thing for sure is that they will need to make sure that their reinforcements are of better quality than the players leaving.
Liverpool have struggled for quality in depth over recent seasons, something that will soon need to change.