Saturday, 16th July, 2011

Liverpool director of football Damien Comolli has hinted that Stewart Downing may be the end of the club’s major business this summer.

The Premier League giants have captured Charlie Adam from Blackpool, Jordan Henderson from Sunderland and Doni from Roma, and just added Downing.

And it now appears that Liverpool are ready to sit back and relax, only adding any further players if bargains become available, but content they have achieved their goals.

Asked whether there was more work to be done on the signings front by Liverpool’s official website, Comolli replied: "It’s difficult to say.

"I’m sure there will be players going out because some players would like to play more and have more minutes. We will probably have a few loans as well, players who we would like them to develop, into the Championship or the leagues abroad.

"In terms of players coming in, it’s difficult to say. I think we are going to sit down, look at the situation, see where we are, see who might leave and then we will reassess later. But we have done most of what we wanted to do."

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