Not desperate to make a signing…Liverpool remains in a static position this winter to focus on this summer

Not desperate to make a signing...Liverpool remains in a static position this winter to focus on this summer Transfers

In the period between the end of last summer’s transfer window and the opening of this winter’s market, Liverpool has been linked with a number of players.The most common were aimed at securing a young defensive midfielder and a center back, with Fluminense midfielder Andre seemingly a no-brainer.

However, once the market actually opened, the rumors began to die down, and journalists began to argue that Liverpool would not acquire anyone.

Fabrizio Romano maintained the same position, saying that there was a slight chance for a center back, but in principle it would be a quiet winter.

“It’s mostly looking quiet for Liverpool at the moment this January. The only thing I heard in the last few weeks was that they were looking at some opportunities at centre-back. Maybe if there are some players available on that position, but they are not desperate to make a signing.”

“They are looking at the market, but there is no hurry because I think Liverpool are very happy with their current squad. They usually prefer to focus on the summer transfer window, and I think that will be the same again here, it looks like this will continue to be their strategy.”

The Debrief

The center backs, with 32-year-old defender Joel Matip out of the lineup with an injury that is said to be doomed for the season.

The 26-year-old defender Nathaniel Phillips, who returned from a six-month loan spell at Celtic, has been brought in to cover the strength of the squad, and with the rapid development of Jarell Quansah, the squad is considered adequate.

Two left backs, including Andy Robertson and Kostas Tsimikas, who have been out injured through the second half of the season, are expected to return soon, and players such as Thiago Alcantara and Stefan Bajcetic, who have missed most of the game, are expected to return around February.

With a growing number of players beginning to show signs of accumulated fatigue, the returnees from injury and the reserves will fill in the gaps, and the entire team will be able to make a concerted effort to win the Premier League title.