Jurgen Klopp’s charges have already snapped up striker Darwin Nunez from Benfica in a club-record deal, while also adding full-back Calvin Ramsay and attacking midfielder Fabio Carvalho from Aberdeen and Fulham, respectively.
What is the latest news involving Liverpool?
Liverpool secured the signature of the highly-rated Nunez ahead of fierce rivals Manchester United in a transfer that could potentially rise to £85 million if he reaches certain milestones.
Meanwhile, 18-year-old Ramsay joined the Anfield outfit for £6.5m following an outstanding breakout campaign with his boyhood club north of the border.
And Carvalho has also been added to Klopp’s ranks for a relatively modest fee of £5m as Fulham were entitled to compensation for their academy graduate despite him running his contract down.
With the likes of Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur also being active in the market in its early stages, Klopp may feel his side needs further reinforcements, especially if there are further departures.
Sadio Mane, Divock Origi and Takumi Minamino have already exited the club in search of a fresh challenge, but it remains to be seen if Liverpool feel the need to bring in additional support.
What has Jacobs said about Liverpool?
The Reds have kept a fairly settled squad in recent years, with only Ibrahima Konate being added last summer, while Luis Diaz arrived in January.
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And Jacobs believes that although the door isn’t closed to extra acquisitions, Liverpool ‘don’t need anybody else’ at this moment in time.
He told GiveMeSport: “There’s a fair amount of sources at Liverpool that are quite happy if this is just their window. So, that’s not to say that they’ll definitively say the door is shut on any players, but it is to say that they don’t need anybody else.”
Who could Liverpool sign?
A recent report from The Telegraph claimed that Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot is eager to earn a move to the Premier League this summer, with Liverpool listed as a potential destination.
Italian outlet CMW have since provided an update on the 27-year-old’s situation, stating that the Serie A giants could ask for Roberto Firmino to be included in an exchange for the France international.
Firmino only has 12 months remaining on his current contract, and Klopp may be eager to offload him now rather than lose him on a free next summer.