Liverpool will have to trim their squad following their spending spree in order to make space for new arrivals, according to manager Kenny Dalglish.
With Jordan Henderson, Charlie Adam, Stewart Downing and Alexander Doni all having signed for the club this summer, on top of the January acquisitions of Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll, Dalglish's squad is full to the brim.
And the Scottish boss admits the club must sell before making more nessasary additions.
“We’re delighted with the work we’ve done. Whether there’s more remains to be seen and depends on players going out,” he said.
The likes of David N'Gog, Milan Jovanovic and Alberto Aquilani have all been linked with moves away from the club this summer.
Both Dalglish and director of football Damien Comolli has said in the pact that Liverpool's spending this summer is far from finish.
The signing of Downing reportedly took the club over the £100 million mark, the amount spent since the appointment of Dalglish in January.
The club are looking to improve upon their sixth placed finish in the Barclays Premier League last season, which saw them miss out on a Europa League spot to Tottenham Hoptsur.
However, the club's form at the back end of last season led many to tip The Reds for a tilt at the title this season, a prediction mainly based on the late season form of Luis Suarez.