JURGEN KLOPP has kept his cards close to his chest over Liverpool’s intentions in the January transfer window.
Jurgen Klopp has been mulling over potential options, as he seeks to turn Liverpool into a title-winning side.
With concerns over Loris Karius mounting and question marks over the form of Simon Mignolet, a new goalkeeper has been mooted to provide competition.
Addressing the left-back situation also seems to be high on his agenda, and Aston Villa’s Jordan Amavi has been linked with a switch to Anfield.
But Klopp doesn’t feel any particular need to splurge the cash next month, unless it is on a player that will make a big difference to the club.
When quizzed about his transfer plans, Klopp said: “If we think we have to do something, if there’s the player that can help us, not only in January, March, April, May and the season after.
“Then we will do something. If not, then we won’t. I’m not sure it [January] will be important to us.”
Liverpool, who beat Stoke 4-1 on Tuesday, host Manchester City on New Year’s Eve (5:30pm).