Liverpool director of football Damien Comolli is not expecting the Reds to make many moves in the summer transfer window, according to the Daily
Comolli said: “We signed nine players since Kenny [Dalglish] came back so there will be a few adjustments but nothing massive. We have done the hard work and now it is a question of making some adjustments in certain positions.”
Liverpool have signed nine players since Dalglish replaced Roy Hodgson as Liverpool manager in January 2011, including seven last summer and two in the January transfer window that same year. Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez were bought just over 12 months ago, joined by Charlie Adam, Stewart Downing, Craig Bellamy, Sebastian Coates, Jose Enrique, Alexander Doni and Jordan Henderson in a summer spending spree.
The Telegraph adds that some £120m has been spent by Liverpool since Dalglish took over, with around £60m recouped in player sales. The bulk of the money was received from Chelsea for Fernando Torres, which Liverpool wasted little time in re-investing with the purchases of Carroll and Suarez just over a year ago. In contrast to their frenetic activity 12 months ago, this January’s transfer window passed with Liverpool making a single addition.
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