Liverpool FC boss Brendan Rodgers has warned the club’s fans not to expect major signings when the January transfer window opens.

Rodgers took the Reds to his former club Swansea at the weekend as both teams played out a goalless draw on his return to South Wales, despite creating enough chances to return to Merseyside with all three points.

But despite the club’s lack of strikers, the Liverpool boss doesn’t believe that there will be major reinforcements when the Premier League transfer window opens for business, something he attributed to the amount of money spent prior to his arrival.

“I am not so sure it will be in January to be honest. This year the club wanted to balance the books and see where it was at,” Rodgers said.

“There was a big investment in the club and obviously a lot of players went out in the summer and a few came in.

“We will look to do some business in January to help and support the players here, but that is where we are at as a football club and it is something the owners trust me to grow over time. Eventually we will get there.”

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