Jurgen Klopp admits there will still be departures at Liverpool despite the transfer window closing on Thursday.
The foreign window does not shut until the end of the month, granting the Reds more time to find both permanent and temporary homes for a number of players.
17 players have already left the club so far, with a number of youth prospects in particular seeking regular first-team football elsewhere.
A mass exodus isn’t yet complete on Merseyside and Klopp is anticipating further business in the coming weeks.
Speaking ahead of Sunday’s clash with West Ham, the boss told Liverpoolfc.com: “Any more? Yes. The transfer window is only one way closed, so we cannot buy anymore, we can only sell – but not sell anymore in England, in the Premier League.”
“It is clear that a few things will happen.”
Emre Can marked the club’s high-profile sale as he joined Juventus on a free transfer after the expiry of his contract on Merseyside.
Other senior departures include Danny Ward’s £12.5million move to Leicester City and Danny Ings’ deadline-day switch to Southampton.
The window also saw Welshman Harry Wilson seal a loan move to Derby County in aim of building on his superb spell with Hull City over the second half of last season.
Ben Woodburn meanwhile left on a similar venture by joining Sheffield United, following Ovie Ejaria’s reunion with Steven Gerrard at Rangers.
Midfielder Marko Grujic had been expected to re-join Cardiff City on loan, but saw stuttering negotiations scupper the deal. Though there may still be interest from abroad, Grujic now looks set to stay put at Liverpool.
Moreover, Divock Origi is in contention to ply his trade elsewhere again having spent last season on loan at Bundesliga side Wolfsburg. The Belgian’s future at the club looks increasingly uncertain after a lacklustre pre-season campaign.
One of Simon Mignolet or Loris Karius could still leave as both consider their options following the £67million signing of Alisson.
Question marks remain over the future of winger Sheyi Ojo and midfielder Pedro Chirivella, the latter of whom has been the subject to interest from Celtic.