Liverpool head coach Jurgen Klopp has, on Saturday, provided an insight into the plans of the transfer team at Anfield to add to his squad this coming summer.
The subject of reinforcements, of course, has taken its place front and centre on the red half of Merseyside across the season to date.
This comes amid widespread calls for boss Klopp to be backed in the transfer market, amid the big spending endeavours of the rest of the Premier League’s elite.
The middle of the park in particular has been singled out time and time again as being in need of fresh blood, amid struggles for form and fitness alike on the part of Fabinho, Naby Keita and more.
In turn, a whole host of high-profile names have been tipped as potential additions to Klopp’s midfield ranks.
And, speaking on Friday, the German tactician certainly appeared to suggest that arrivals at Anfield will be forthcoming.
During an interview ahead of his side’s Premier League showdown with Newcastle United, Klopp was adamant that, even in the case that his side go on to miss out on Champions League football for next season, “we have to 100% make changes in the summer”.