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Speaking on the Here We Go Podcast, Fabrizio Romano has shared what Liverpool are hoping to do in the January transfer window, and unfortunately, it’s bad news for anyone expecting new signings.

The journalist says that the Reds are hoping to not do anything in the winter window, stating that they don’t like to panic buy.

However, if push comes to shove, Romano says Liverpool will make signings if they feel they need to, but in an ideal world, they won’t.

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What’s been said?

Romano delivered an update about Liverpool.

“It was important for them to tie down new contracts, and Mo Salah will be one of the topics, but for Liverpool, they don’t like to do panic buys. Last January they had to do it because of injuries. This January they hope not to do anything, but if they need to, they will,” Romano said.

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Not busy

If all goes to plan, this won’t be a busy January for Liverpool.

However, as Romano says, if Liverpool need to make signings they will, and after Harvey Elliott’s injury against Leeds, they may be pushed into adding to their squad.

Of course, the African Cup of Nations could also be decisive in terms of influencing the Reds’ transfer plans as they could be without Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane during a crucial period of the season.

Fingers crossed Liverpool don’t make any signings this summer, as that would indicate that all is going well at Anfield.

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