Brendan Rodgers has adopted the traditional Liverpool FC manager mindset this transfer window, yet this summer it could prove more effective than ever before.
Past managers such as Kenny Dalglish, Roy Hodgson, and Rafael Benitez have chosen to purchase a plurality of strong, but lesser-known players. This window seems no different, with Rodgers bringing in quality players who show great potential but cannot yet be called 'superstars'.
These players, thus far, include Southampton trio Rickie Lambert, Adam Lallana, and Dejan Lovren as well as Lazar Markovic, Emre Can, and most recently Divock Origi.
These names are all promising young talents who have a future in football, players who collectively will improve Liverpool's chances at a title run in the coming seasons.
The plan to replace Suarez
With the sale of Luis Suarez, a player who accounted for a large percentage of Liverpool's ability last season, the club was in need of ability in an array of positions to provide depth in the slot, and Rodgers seems to have found that.
The Reds' boss has brought in replacements in a multitude of positions in an effort to increase the competition in the squad at Anfield and provide young players, such as Raheem Sterling and Jordan Ibe, the opportunity to compete for key spots in the roster.