TIC Tac. The clock is counting down, with Liverpool now in the final two weeks of the transfer window.
In terms of revenue, the arrival of £ 36 million Ibrahima Konate it is still the only new face that Jurgen Klopp has presented.
If that changes before the 11 p.m. deadline on Tuesday, Aug. 31, it depends on how successful the Reds are in advancing with multiple players, and whether others choose to pursue a new challenge elsewhere.
Klopp has already indicated that his team, in terms of numbers, is more than big enough, with the priority for Fenway Sports Group in recent weeks being to retain the core of the team for the long term by agreeing to a succession of new contracts with more chances of continue.
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Liverpool were expected to switch midfielders following Gini Wijnaldum’s departure to Paris Saint-Germain in a free transfer.
But while the Reds continue to monitor a number of potential options, any such move looks more likely next summer.
There are more chances, albeit almost guaranteed somehow, an extra striker arriving before the deadline, with West Ham United’s Jarrod Bowen and Watford forward Ismaila Sarr among several that Liverpool have evaluated.
However, that seems only an option, if two current players with mined attack leave.
xherdan Shaqiri remains a target for Lyon with Liverpool waiting for the French team to return with an offer closer to their £ 12 million valuation of the player. Shaqiri continues to have other potential suitors, and her future will be the subject of conjecture for the remainder of the window.
And several European and Premier League clubs continue to control Divock Origi situation, although no interest has yet materialized.
Elsewhere, Southampton is considering a move to Nat Phillips.Rhys williams He will surely attract a large number of clubs if Liverpool allow him to go on loan, although that would depend on the situation of his central teammate.
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In early summer, the Reds priced at least £ 10 million on Neco williams In anticipation, the 20-year-old right-back would push for him to move in pursuit of regular first-team action. There has been no movement yet regarding the Wales international.
Liverpool has already moved on several players, with Kamil Grabara (£ 3 million), Liam Millar (£ 1.3 million), Marko Grujic (£ 10.5 million), Taiwo Awoniyi (£ 6.5 million) and Harry wilson (£ 12 million) all leaving.
Ben davies He will spend the season at Sheffield United after the Championship team paid a £ 500,000 loan fee. Another £ 500,000 bonus will be paid if they are promoted.
Sepp van den berg Y Leighton clarkson are also on one-season Championship loans with Preston North End and Blackburn Rovers, while Adam lewis He is on the Scottish team Livingston.
Ben woodburn He could also temporarily move to Scotland with Heart currently topping a queue containing multiple clubs.
Loris Karius He has no future at Liverpool and is in the last 12 months of his contract. A return to Germany, having spent last season at Union Berlin, is a possibility.
Y Sheyi Eye, who made 42 loan appearances at Cardiff City in the Championship last season, is also in the final year of his contract, meaning he would only charge a small fee. Loan exit is not ruled out.