Former Premier League striker Mick Quinn, a well-renowned Liverpool fan turned broadcaster, has made some statements about what will happen in the summer in regards to the club in the transfer market.
The ex-forward claims that Jurgen Klopp is well aware changes are needed and will look to move on some high-profile deadwood at the same time.
Daniel Sturridge and Simon Mignolet are on borrowed time, while Manchester City owned keeper Joe Hart could come in to replace him, suggests Quinn.
He also says Klopp has plenty to spend and that we’ll target ‘five or six’ high profile players.
“What I know is that Sturridge could be on his way,” Quinn told Alan Brazil’s Sports Breakfast show on TalkSPORT.
“Mignolet could be on his way. In could be coming Joe Hart and like I said there’s a lot of money to go on five to six high profile players. Read into that what you want.
“They’re going to be very positive in the summer. Klopp knows what he needs as well. That squad this season is not strong enough to win the league. Hopefully it’s strong enough to be in the top four.”
This all sounds very promising, but in truth, we’re not especially bothered about prospective transfers right now.
We’ve 14 games left to clinch a top four spot and the club should be pouring all our effort into turning round our miserable run of form.