It’s been a busy few weeks at Anfield.
With signings and sales, loan deals and contract renewals, Julian Ward, Liverpool’s new sporting director, has had his hands full as he looks to get the Reds’ house in order ahead of the new season.
The drama, delight and eventual disappointment of last season has been swiftly forgotten. A new era is well and truly under way, with Jurgen Klopp signed up for the next four years and, he hopes, his second great team emerging quickly.
With Luis Diaz, Fabio Carvalho, Darwin Nunez and Calvin Ramsay all signed in 2022, there is plenty to be excited about, although much of the discussion now, naturally, is centring on whether more business is needed before the transfer window closes.
Club sources, for what it’s worth, suggest that further incomings are unlikely this summer, a stance which will disappoint those hoping to see a little more transfer market action between now and September.
Here, GOAL takes a closer look at the situation…