Journalist Neil Jones has opened up on what Liverpool had planned to do in the upcoming transfer window.

According to Jones, the Reds were looking to bring in “two high-calibre signings”.

But, Jones added that Liverpool have been forced to reassess their plans as a result of the pandemic.

Jones told Goal: “Liverpool had planned to strengthen their squad with at least two high-calibre signings this summer, but have been forced to reassess as they wait to discover the full impact Covid-19 will have on football.”

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If what Jones is saying is true, then it does sound as if Liverpool won’t be singing any top players in the upcoming transfer window.

It would be a real shame if Liverpool weren’t able to capitalise on their recent success in the upcoming transfer window.

The Reds have just won the Premier League title, which does make the club an attractive option to most players in world football.

If Klopp is not able to make any major signings in the upcoming transfer window, he will have to keep his current group of players motivated.

It would be some achievement if he could win back-to-back Premier League titles without making a major signing in the upcoming transfer window.

It would highlight that he has the ability to keep the players hungry despite recent success.

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