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Pearce’s tweet highlights how well Liverpool did in the transfer market without signing major players

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Latest Liverpool news: Pearce highlights Liverpool’s incredible summer despite not signing any major players

Liverpool had a quiet window when it comes to incomings this summer.

Harvey Elliott and Sepp van den Berg were the only outfield signings but neither player has featured for the first-team this season.

The Reds had to move for Adrian late in the window once Simon Mignolet left, but the Spaniard joined us on a free transfer.

Adrian
Adrian at Southampton

Andy Lonergan was signed as cover for our keepers and the experienced Englishman also was a free agent.

It might have seemed like a low-key window for the Reds, but James Pearce shared the details of all our sales.

Liverpool didn’t allow any of their top players to leave but still banked more than £50m by letting go of a few players.

Reds also save money on wages

The likes of Danny Ings, Rafa Camacho and Simon Mignolet brought us decent sums in the summer but we also got some other senior players off the wage bill.

Daniel Sturridge and Alberto Moreno were two seniors who left us for free at the end of the season, and the pair barely played for us in the previous campaign.

Liverpool have spent big when there is a need, such as the signings of Fabinho, Virgil van Dijk, Mohamed Salah, Naby Keita and Alisson, and it will be interesting to see what our plans are in the future.

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The Reds are financially strong, thanks to the work done by FSG in several transfer windows and hopefully, we make the team better by signing the right players.

Ditching a corporate job to follow a dream isn’t easy, but when football comes calling, who can say no? Been following the beautiful game since 1998. Liverpool addict, F1 fanatic!

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