Liverpool could make as many as ELEVEN new signings this summer.
The Sunday Telegraph says director of Football Damien Comolli has been working since his appointment to identify priority targets and will receive support from the club's owners, the Fenway Sports Group, this summer as the club seek to build a squad capable of getting back into the Champions League.
Liverpool are looking at further reinforcements in the wide areas, another striker, a left-back and cover at centre back. If enough players can be sold, there could be as many as 11 signings.
There will be great emphasis on trying to shift as many of the superfluous players as possible.
The club are working on trying to set up deals for the players out on loan - Paul Konchesky, Alberto Aquilani, Philipp Degen, Nabir El Zhar and Emiliano Insua - while there has also been interest in David Ngog, Sotirios Kyrgiakos and Milan Jovanovic, all of whom are for sale.