Liverpool will not be moving for a midfielder in this summer's transfer window, as per Paul Joyce of The Times.
The journalist reports: "Liverpool will prioritise signing a midfielder in the summer of 2023, but are now happy with their squad going into the new season and do not plan to deviate from that stance even if there are outgoings before the window shuts."
"Liverpool had shown interest in Aurelien Tchouaméni earlier this year, but were told that the France midfielder favoured a move to Real Madrid from Monaco.
"Klopp is an admirer of England’s Jude Bellingham, who recently told The Times he would remain at Borussia Dortmund next season.
"Bellingham, 18, will, clearly, continue to be followed, with Liverpool confident that they have enough depth in midfield in the meantime. Their strategy is not to sign stop-gaps — rather, they are prepared to wait for the right player and disregard any criticism that comes their way."