Liverpool will burn through cash this summer trying to improve.
That is as reported from the Evening Standard writer David Lynch, who was putting together his remarks with respect to a meeting with director Tom Werner.
“We’re just going to get more grounded. Ninety-seven points, it’s an amazing year,” Werner said.
“We clearly didn’t win the Premier League title yet we’ll be back one year from now and we have a great deal of inspiration to win the class one year from now. I’m energized.
“It was an enchanted season. Clearly, we’re baffled that we didn’t win the league however it was an amazing season and the squad is energizing.
“Following the Champions League Final, consideration will concentrate on which territories of the squad we can really improve. With chances that Simon Mignolet might be leaving, we’ll need another backup goalkeeper.
With Alberto Moreno’s expected takeoff, another left-back will be essential. Also, Daniel Sturridge leaving this summer means another attacker is necessary – however, one with the pace and dynamism the Englishman currently needs.
This is the place we trust the club to spend enormously alongside the likelihood of an innovative midfielder. With Naby Keita settled in, however, and the alternative of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, the midfield will be far more grounded in 2019/20 in any case.
We don’t think there’ll be tremendous increments in the squad. All things considered, we’re great from one to eleven, yet expanding the strength in squad quality will be urgent in case we’re to battle on every one of the four fronts.