Kenny Dalglish shows his transfer hand

Kenny Dalglish has admitted that players will have to moved on if he is to make any further additions to his Liverpool squad, reports Sky Sports.

The Anfield boss is keen to continue his summer recruitment drive but needs to move fringe players on if he is to bring in more new faces.

Dalglish has been busy in the transfer market with Jordan Henderson, Charlie Adam and Stewart Downing brought in for big fees to bolster the midfield whilst goalkeeper Doni has signed to provide backup to Pepe Reina.

He told Sky Sports “We’re delighted with the work we’ve done. Whether there’s more remains to be seen and depends on players going out.”

Flops like Christian Poulsen and Alberto Aquilani are both high earners and surplus to requirements at Anfield.

The club are keen to move both them and other players on the periphery away from the club to allow Dalglish to strengthen the squad further.

There is a gaping hole at left back that Dalglish is keen to fill with Paul Konchesky moving to Leicester and Emiliano Insua not in first team contention.

Newcastle United’s Jose Enrique and Lyon’s Aly Cissokho have been strongly linked with a switch to Anfield but a move for either will depend on who departs the club first.

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