Recent Liverpool transfer update, anything going on at Anfield

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Jurgen Klopp will today be preparing the game v. Leicester, and so far in the window things have not been seen as a busy transfer window, if you look at players coming in.

So far not a single player has been signed, and probably the window will close too fast for Liverpool to do any business, and as we have seen, everything seems fine at Anfield going into the match v. Leicester.

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Nathaniel Clyne and Dominic Solanke are both gone to Bournemouth, Clyne on loan and Solanke on an undisclosed deal. Reading have also secured the move of Ovie Ejaria, coming in on loan.

Jurgen Klopp seems over confident at the moment, laughing and playing those so called mind games, but is he really doing that, not sure. Pep Guardiola must have felt the pressure yesterday, being defeated by Rafa and his Newcastle.

The fact that a window will be closed and you are staying at the top of the table not making any shivering decisions that could upset the squad balance which looks well and under control at Anfield at the moment.

Timo Werner is a player that has circulated in the media as a possible target, but would rather see this happening in the summer, than just hours before a window close. Leipzig would probably not let their best player leave in a January window.

The chase is on for one of the most talented forwards in Europe and Liverpool will see competition from Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Real Madrid, even Man City could be laying in line for a possible move.

Nicolas Acevedo is another name from todays Liverpool Echo update. The youngster, still only 19, is seen as a prospect, according to the local newspaper. Acevedo is already a Liverpool player, being with the Uruguayan primera team, named as the one we like to think of as Liverpool.

The name James Rodriguez is one also figuring in the press as a possible Liverpool target. The Columbian international, offensive midfielder, is of course hot property as major clubs in Europe are monitoring his current situation at Bayern.



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