Just in: Jurgen Klopp confirms transfer plans for Liverpool

The transfer window is less than a fortnight night from being shut and the football clubs are now expected to do business briskly and concentrate on the on-pitch matters.

Liverpool have already bolstered their squad this summer but Jurgen Klopp has hinted that he is looking to make more signings but he may leave it until deadline day, according to report.

Klopp shattered the transfer record of Liverpool and signed on Mohamed Salah from Roma, he also lure Dominic Solanke who left Chelsea after the expiration of his contract before Andrew Robertson joined from Hull City.

The Reds also sold Lucas Leiva but all their efforts to land Naby Keita has turned out abortive. Liverpool saw all their offers for the midfielder meted with outright rebuff. To make their summer somewhat unfruitful, they have also failed to bolster their defence as they have been unable to convince Southampton to sell Virgil Van Dijk to them.

However, the German tactician is confident of coming off the transfer window with one or two deals.

He said: “You can obviously see the whole market worldwide is quite difficult, a few teams are still looking and we are looking.

“When I am not actually on the pitch or not thinking about training or the next game of course we think about what we can do.

“But if the transfer window would have ended yesterday we already would have a team which I like and could play football with.

“Of course injuries here and there are not too cool but in this moment it is still a good team.

“We will see what happens, I cannot change the answer because I don’t know. It is nothing like ‘There is a contract, sign it’.

“A few things can happen on both sides (in and out) but everything leads in the direction of August 31 and I can imagine it will be a busy day.

“If we are involved in this busy day I don’t know but we will see.”

Liverpool also risking their most prised possession Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona as the Catalan club have not given up on signing him.

The Reds are close to Champions League qualification after they thumped Hoffenheim in the Champions League play-off and it might go a long way to determine Coutinho’s future.