Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has said that he will not bring any loan players in the coming transfer window.
Liverpool who will compete in the UEFA Champions League next season have to bring permanent deals for the future. Loan signings will not be beneficial for the squad, according to Rodgers.
Rodgers told local Liverpool newspaper Echo, "I would hope we don't have to go for loans this summer.”
Managers go out in the market in search for loan when they are short of budget and last time Liverpool were not enough capable of bringing many new faces permanently, this season Liverpool have a budget to spend on the transfers, that will definitely make them not to go for loan signings.
LFC boss further added, "But it's always about the availability of players. If you are not satisfied with the squad and you feel you can improve it, then you have to look at every option."
When Rodgers arrived at Anfield, he had a thin squad with less budget to spend due to which he had to do some loan signings but this time it is totally different, finishing second in the Premier League plus getting the Champions league will attract more better players on permanent basis.
"Hopefully that will mean it will be more permanent players than loan players but I can never rule it out completely. There could be a situation where a player becomes available, we can get him and he can add to what we're doing."
Rodgers will focus on permanent deal rather than loan but if there is a good option on loan then he will make a move.