Andrew Robertson, who was called up to the Scottish national team, received an injury. Despite staffing problems, Liverpool have no plans for winter transfers.

Liverpool have serious staffing problems, especially in defense. According to the latest information, the injury received Andy Robertson, who has been called up to the Scottish national team, is already the fourth defender to miss the reigning English champions.

Earlier, Virgil Van Dijk, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Joe Gomez were left out of the defense due to injuries. The Liverpool infirmary also includes Fabinho, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Thiago Alcantara and others. Mohamed Salah, who was called up to the Egyptian national team, had a positive result on the COVID-19 test. So, he is in self-isolation.

Nevertheless, according to media reports, Liverpool have no plans to make any acquisitions during the winter transfer window. The Merseysiders have shifted their focus entirely to the summer campaign. So, they intend to take care of strengthening the squad only after the end of the current season. As it turns out, this decision was made jointly by the team’s head coach Jurgen Klopp and the owners of the club.

After 8 rounds in the English Premier League, Liverpool has 17 points and is in the third position in the tournament table. Jürgen Klopp’s next match in the league is against Leicester at home on November 22. And four days later they have to host Bergamo Atalanta in the Champions League.