Liverpool chief executive Rick Parry says that the club are still looking into the possibility of making further signings before the transfer window deadline of August 31st.
Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live, Parry revealed that despite five signings this summer, the club has not finished in the transfer market yet.
“There might be a little bit of business still to be done, we are still looking,” he said.
“We might need to get one or two out, it depends exactly on what is available, but we are open-minded.”
Parry also added how happy he has been with manager Rafael Benitez’s signings this summer, especially with right winger Jermaine Pennant from Birmingham City who impressed on his Reds debut against Maccabi Haifa on Wednesday night.
“Knowing how thorough Rafa is and how conscientious he is, he has been in the Premier League for two years now and has got to know the players better, he would not come to decisions unless he felt confident they were the right players for us.”
“And we are delighted with the acquisitions we have made this time, they have got tremendous pace.
“After a couple of years we have at last got the player on the right flank that has been a challenge for us, so we’re delighted to have Jermaine Pennant in, and we are looking forward to the start of the season.”