Liverpool News

It is known how many players Liverpool will sign to get out of the bad patch

By Charles Cornwall

It is known how many players Liverpool will sign to get out of the bad patch

Fabrizio Romano, the Italian sports journalist who specialises in the world transfer market, said they will only make one smart buy.

Síguenos enSíguenos en Google News

Fabrizio Romano, the Italian sports journalist specialising in the football transfer market who works for Sky Sports, said Liverpool will only sign one more player in the final days of the transfer window, only if a smart opportunity comes along, as it did with Luis Diaz in January this year for last season.

"Liverpool will only sign a player in the last days of the window if a smart opportunity comes along like Luis Diaz in January, for example, otherwise they will stick with the current squad," the journalist said. "There will be no panic buying," he added via social media.  

More Liverpool news:

Transfer rumours are rife, with some linking Liverpool with Matheus Nunes, youngster Moises Caicedo, Real Madrid's Marco Asensio and one of the most talked about names is that of Jude Bellingham, who the Reds were thinking of bringing in for next season, but given the circumstances his signing looks increasingly likely.

Injuries, Keita and the dismissal of Nunez

Firstly, there is an injury crisis at Liverpool, which seems to grow after every Premier League game: Joel Matip, Thiago Alcantara, Roberto Firmino, Ibrahima Konate, Curtis Jones, Diogo Jota, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Calvin Ramsay and Caoimhin Kelleher are all ruled out for at least a couple of weeks with injuries. Meanwhile, Naby Keita is negotiating a new contract with Liverpool, as his current one runs out in 2023, but no deal seems to have been agreed. Some claim
that he could leave the club in this transfer window if negotiations get complicated.

Darwin Nunez was sent off against Crystal Palace, where the Reds drew 1-1 with Luis Diaz, but adds to the list of absentees the club will have, in this case a three-match suspension, further complicating Klopp's choice of a starting XI.

 


More news