In a reasonably busy summer already at Anfield, Jurgen Klopp has bought four new faces to the club as he embarks on his first full season in charge of the Reds.
The newest addition to the club is Sadio Mane, who joins from Southampton and could cost Liverpool as much as £36m.
However, that doesn’t appear to be the end of the transfer dealings at Anfield and Klopp is ready to shake up the squad to ensure that his side can handle his style of play and compete on all fronts.
With a number of areas in dire need of strengthening at Anfield, we take a look at FIVE players who, if signed by Liverpool, will likely complete their transfer dealings for the summer…
In a season of serious disappointment at St James’s Park, Moussa Sissoko stood out as one of Newcastle’s better players yet again.
The French international has often been criticised for his lack of effort and seemingly only turning on the style when the television cameras are watching him. However, the 26-year-old is an undoubted talent and should Liverpool make a move for Sissoko, Jurgen Klopp is the perfect man to ensure he does not lose form and understands the meaning of working hard for the team.
One of the breakout stars of EURO 2016 so far, Germany’s Jonas Hector has carried his domestic form with Koln into his international career. The 26-year-old is a fantastically reliable defender and a serious attacking threat from the left hand side.
With Liverpool so desperate for a reputable left-back, especially as Alberto Moreno’s form last season was questionable to say the least, Hector would be the perfect choice for Klopp.
There are countless rumours that have been surfacing over the last few days that Gladbach star Mahmoud Dahoud is heading to Anfield.
The German under-21 midfielder would be a perfect fit in the Klopp system at Anfield, as he’s tireless, energetic and has great passing abilities.
However, Gladbach are expected to hold out for as much money as possible for one of their star men, so expect this move to be a protracted one.
With the departure of Kolo Toure confirmed and Martin Skrtel also set to leave Anfield, Jurgen Klopp will undoubtedly be in the market for a centre half.
With Neven Subotic announcing his Dortmund departure and Klopp always on the lookout to recruit players he trusts and knows well, the Serbian could be an astute replacement for the exiting defenders.
The Belgian midfielder has impressed at EURO 2016 and is set for a move away from Zenit St Petersburg after four years in Russia.
An often overlooked player, probably in part because of his choice to play in the Russian league, Witsel is a superb talent and could well become one of the most dominant midfielders in Europe if given the right platform.
And this platform could well be at Liverpool, where Klopp is looking for a strong, experienced midfielder to control the tempo from the middle of the park.