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Arne Slot opens up on Liverpool transfer plans amid slow window

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Arne Slot is not worried about the lack of signings by Liverpool in the summer window ahead of next season. 

The Dutchman is assessing his squad after taking over the head coaching role from Jurgen Klopp this year, with the club hoping to be in contention for the Premier League title again.

New arrivals are expected to bolster the team, but the Reds are one of five top-flights club yet to sign a player since the window opened in the middle of last month.

However, Slot says he is more focused on getting the most out of the players already available to him at Liverpool than the business of transfers.

Read – Liverpool to be ‘opportunistic’ in transfer market

“I don’t have specific numbers,” Slot said when asked about possible incomings. “It’s clear that we have inherited a good team. There were a few changes last year already.

“The way I look at football, I can see from the Euros how important it is to work on a daily basis for a longer time with a team.

“You see a lot of good players and not all of them have the same level (at the Euros) that they have at their clubs. That proves how important it is to work with players on a daily basis and get the best out of them.

“That’s something we’re going to do. The longer a team plays together, if there’s a good head coach, then normally you will see things improve. I’m fortunate going to a club where not many transfers go out of the club. It’s more difficult to have progress when you lose players.”

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