The German has brought four new signings to Anfield so far this summer.
Liverpool have been linked with Newcastle United’s Georginio Wijnaldum.
Liverpool are expected to be contenders under Klopp next season, but Heskey isn't sure.
The Gers have secured several excellent deals this summer.
Swansea City and Lazio are in for West Ham United’s Enner Valencia.
The Gunners have been long-term admirers of the talented defender.
Arsenal need a striker, but will they cough up the money needed to sign one?
The Liverpool boss admits he perhaps should not have asked so much of the defender.
The Arsenal star was one of the key men as Wales reached the semi-finals of the competition.
The Magpies have already signed two defenders this summer.
Leicester City defender Harry Maguire’s performance for England against the Netherlands impressed Liverpool and Manchester United fans.
Would Liverpool star Mohamed Salah be a good replacement for Gareth Bale at Real Madrid in the summer transfer window?
Graeme Murty’s Glasgow Rangers reportedly wanted Oliver McBurnie in January, and the Ibrox fans want the Gers to sign the Swansea City-owned Barnsley striker in the summer transfer window.
Tottenham Hotspur defender Danny Rose featured for England against the Netherlands on Friday.
Former Arsenal star Paul Merson seems to rate Tottenham Hotspur ace Harry Kane highly.
Are Liverpool finally set to get their man?
Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson will captain England.
Leeds United head of transfers Victor Orta is under pressure to get his summer business correct.
Tottenham and West Bromwich Albion fell out famously in 2015.
Celtic supporters are keen to see Zlatan Ibrahimovic join them, after being released by Manchester United.
Welcome to this evening's transfer round-up. This edition features 'Lazio's interest in Enner Valencia cooled?' and 'Manchester United looking at Joe Allen?' plus more, so delve in below.
The Gunners are reportedly interested in all three strikers, but the stats show one should be top of their list.
Henrik Stenson clutched the Claret Jug but even then, bizarrely, it was Phil Mickelson, the old black-clad lefty, who dominated our attention.