Liverpool fans are in for an exciting summer according to Talksport pundit Micky Quinn.
The former Newcastle United and Coventry City striker is an avid follower of the Reds, having been born and raised in Liverpool.
And if his sources are current, up to six new faces - all high-profile - could be heading into Anfield at the end of the campaign, with Daniel Sturridge and Simon Mignolet passing them on the way out.
"What I know is that... as far as I know, Sturridge could be on his way, Mignolet could be on the way, in could be coming Joe Hart [the Manchester City and England goalkeeper], and a lot of money spent on five to six high profile players," Quinn told Tuesday's Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast show.
Talksport pundit Micky Quinn
"They're going to be very, very positive in the summer. [Liverpool manager, Jurgen] Klopp knows what he needs as well, that squad this season is not good enough to win the league."
A run of five Premier League games without a win has seen Liverpool surrender their top four place for the first time since September, having previously been discussed as possible title contenders.
Quinn, however, stressed that it took Klopp three seasons to win the league with Borussia Dortmund - a feat he remains on course to match at Anfield, having taken the reins in late 2015.
Jurgen Klopp (centre) after Dortmund's double
And an influx such as the one mentioned by Quinn would certainly aid the German's cause.
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