Ian Rush makes claim about Liverpool FC under Jurgen Klopp
The Liverpool FC legend doesn't expect the Reds to sign their best players
Liverpool FC are no longer a selling club, Ian Rush has declared.
The Reds have been very busy in the summer transfer window following the addition of four new players.
Liverpool FC started their summer spending spree with the £39m addition of AS Monaco midfielder Fabinho.
The 18-time English champions finally recruited Guinea international Naby Keita in a £48m switch from RB Leipzig.
Switzerland international Xherdan Shaqiri moved in a cut price £13.5m deal from relegated Stoke City.
Jurgen Klopp addressed a big weakness in his Liverpool FC team with the world record signing of Alisson Becker from AS Roma.
Liverpool FC managed to keep Mohamed Salah despite Real Madrid’s apparent interest in the 44-goal Mohamed Salah.
The Reds sold Philippe Coutinho in a £142m deal to Spanish side FC Barcelona in the January transfer window.
Former Liverpool FC striker Rush believes the Reds are no longer a selling club having attracted some big names.
“Liverpool aren’t a selling club,” Rush told the Second Captains podcast. “They are a club that want to win trophies.
“They have shown intent. They are ready now. They are going to keep their best players.”
Liverpool FC were 4-0 winners against West Ham United in their opening Premier League game on Sunday thanks to goals from Sadio Mane, Mo Salah and Daniel Sturridge.