‘At least two’ – Fabrizio Romano drops transfer update every Liverpool fan wanted to hear

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Fabrizio Romano may have lowered fan anxiety levels this summer after confirming that Liverpool are expected to land ‘at least two’ new signings.

That number could escalate to three, though it remains unclear whether the club will be able to identify ideal additions to plug gaps across the squad.

“In the final few weeks of the window I expect Liverpool to sign for sure one player, at least two, could be three if they find a good opportunity,” the Italian told the Born and Red YouTube channel.

“They’re really working on that. They’re having daily contacts. Their style is to go player-by-player and negotiation-by-negotiation because this is how Liverpool work.

“But I think they will be very busy in the final weeks.”

The Merseysiders are understood to be hot in pursuit of Southampton’s Romeo Lavia, though remain locked in an ongoing dispute over the player’s value, with the Saints not budging on their £50m asking price.

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Our business simply can’t end there either given that Jordan Henderson and Fabinho’s exits have effectively cancelled out the signings of Dominik Szoboszlai and Alexis Mac Allister.

That’s not to suggest that both departures couldn’t be blessings in disguise, partly due to the nature of the fee received for the latter, but also the worrying age profile of the midfield department last term.

With Liverpool now possessing one of the thinnest squads in the English top-flight, however, it’s difficult to imagine Jurgen Klopp and Co. feeling confident over their chances of competing for a place in the top-four (let alone on all fronts in the 2023/24 campaign) without some serious further investment.

Let’s keep our fingers crossed, eh?

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  1. It is myopism for one to say I have made a duplication whereas the matter is mentioned for the first time. LFC must bite to the bullet and sign Lavia,Caused and a defender if they have intentions of competitiveness. All the selling clubs are now awake.There is no where to get bargains. Selling Clubs are aware of LFC stingness. Especially Southampton know LFC tricks

    1. Wisdom, not stinginess. Just sensible business. When you go shopping do you prefer to pay more than something s worth ? it’s not a good idea

      1. For just 50 million? English players would cost more than that, so why not pay 50 million for lavia and stop this irregularities and consistently inconsistent foul penny offered.

    2. … as for ‘MUST’ sign Lavia … why ? you think he is that great, so superior to many other midfielders who are still options. The club decides they are not expected to listen to daft comments on social media.

  2. Would it not save LFC employing the Saints scouts, seeing that we’ve been recruited their players year after year, that would save us 100’s of millions 🤷🏼‍♂️

  3. This style of doing the business was really a joke. If you’re a beggar please behave like the one. Southampton said that it take £50m to prise Lavia from them. Y must u waste ur time with such offer. With PL around the corner the new DF yet be assimilate with the team. You’re going to the battlefield with Curtis Jones as DM?

  4. We need a proper holding midfielder
    Not saying anything the young players the likes of Barella know what’s required
    We need two players at least

  5. Very crucial moment I hope Klopp won’t result to playing players wrong positions like he has done in the past …like TAA should never play RM….don’t force Jones DM…just sign the right players please

  6. Fabrizio Romano??? His success rate is almost zero if you actually think how many he tips and then we actually sign!

    Anyone can spit our common known names and then blast them everywhere.

  7. May be Klopp needs another panic buy like A. Meloof last season. His midfield recruitment needs question ing because “a very good midfielder goes, and an attacker or defender is added or someone not as good as the previous one.”
    There is a saying that “once someone not a professional in your department is able to realize your mistakes, then know you seriously blundered. ”
    For LFC was midfield last season. You try to correct and don’t want to do it in time.
    I think the responsible staff are just playing around with their jobs.

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