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Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp rules out January signings unless 'crazy things' happen

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has said only "crazy things" occurring would force his side to do business during the January transfer market.

Klopp believes his aim of securing adequate depth throughout the Liverpool squad was achieved in the summer following the additions of Alisson, Xherdan Shaqiri, Naby Keita and Fabinho. The German has ruled out a move for another striker in winter and feels only an injury crisis would see the club actively looking to recruit.

"If crazy things happen then maybe we have to think new, but I don't expect that," Klopp said. "At the moment it doesn't look like we will be too busy, but it all depends on injuries and things like that.

"In the moment we have each position twice, three times and sometimes four times covered. I don't think there is any reason to try to do something really big like bring in another striker.

"We have all that we need. Our job now is to use the quality that we have and to work with it because one player doesn't change it."

January could, however, see a number of Liverpool's players on the fringes depart. Sources have told ESPN FC that Everton, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Turkish side Besiktas are all monitoring the situation of striker Divock Origi, who is yet to make an appearance for the Reds this season.

The upcoming window will also be Liverpool's last opportunity to sell Lazar Markovic before his contract expires at the end of the season.