There would not be many disappointed Liverpool fans if the club opted against bringing in another signing this summer.
Jurgen Klopp can head into the new season with confidence having solved the biggest issue of them all – the goalkeeper.
After Loris Karius’s blunder-filled performance in the Reds’ Champions League defeat to Real Madrid in May, Liverpool got to work and managed to bring in Brazil’s number one Alisson from Roma.
The club may have smashed the record fee for a shot-stopper, but they need a world-class figure between the sticks in order to challenge for honours.
As well as Alisson, Liverpool brought in midfielders Fabinho and Naby Keita, as well as attacker Xherdan Shaqiri.
A deal for Nabil Fekir never got over the line, and according to last week’s report from the Liverpool Echo, the Merseyside outfit have no plans to buy a defender.
In fairness to the Reds, Virgil van Dijk has certainly steadied the ship at the back, but there are still question marks over Dejan Lovren.
There are a handful of centre-backs that Liverpool could have targeted, and Bayer Leverkusen’s Jonathan Tah could have been one of them.
The German has become a regular in the team since his arrival at the Bundesliga outfit in 2015.
Despite only being 22 years of age, Tah has managed to hold his own at the back, and if partnered up with Van Dijk, he would hone his skills even further.
We asked you if the Reds should scrap their plans and make a late move for Tah, and the answer was clear.