Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has admitted that there may be one or two players leaving the club in January.
Klopp’s side currently sit 5th in the table and top of their Champions League group, but the eccentric German Manager has accepted that might not be enough to keep his players at Anfield.
When asked about the prospect of potential departures in the January transfer window, Klopp said, “I cannot give an answer for that now. A lot of things could happen.
“Maybe one or two players will tell me they want to make a move and go somewhere else. If that happens then we would have to consider that and make our decisions.
“As long as we have the opportunity to do something (sign someone) then we should think about it.”
One player that could be on the move is England striker Daniel Sturridge , who has not featured as much for his side as he would have liked this season.
Sturridge has started just 5 times in the Premier League this campaign, and with the World Cup looming at the end of the season it is thought he could be considering a move elsewhere.
The 28-year-old has been linked with a move to Italy, with AC Milan rumoured to be keen on his signature.