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The Kop doesn’t have to win!! Liverpool have no plans to sign big-name players Market during the month of Jan.

Celebrity correspondent Fabricio Romano has reported that Liverpool will not be signing any big-name players in the January transfer window as it aims to extend Mohamed’s contract. Salah, the key attacking line

For Liverpool, it has been reported with many players in the football market this round. Especially the attacking position after Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane traveled to the national team in the Africa Cup of Nations.

The players who have been in the news with “Reds” include Arnaut Danjuma Villarreal wing and Louis Diaz Forward FC Porto, etc.

However, Romano recently said on the issue of Liverpool’s reinforcements in the market, saying he would not sign big-name players, “Jurgen Klopp wants to sign new contracts if they are quality players. Useful for the future of the project. And it’s not just 6 months. That is why Liverpool are not expected to sign any big-name players in January.

Romano also revealed that the Reds’ main goal is to extend Salah’s contract: “The most important thing for Liverpool right now is definitely Mo Salah’s new contract. Liverpool have negotiated with Salah and his agent for a long time But hopefully a final agreement can be reached this summer. to avoid the efforts of other top clubs.”

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