Reds are continuing to beef up their backroom team at Anfield.
Liverpool have lured two more high-profile recruits from fellow Premier League side Manchester City, according to reports in the Daily Telegraph.
The Merseyside giants have brought both Dave Fallows as the club’s new head of recruitment and scouting and Barry Hunter as their new chief scout to Anfield from Eastlands.
And it is hoped by the club’s American owners, the Fenway Sports Group, that with these new additions to head coach Brendan Rodgers’s backroom staff, the Reds will now be able to better exploit the transfer market for more hidden gems this summer.
Rodgers bought both front man Daniel Sturridge from Chelsea and midfield player Philippe Coutinho from Serie A giants Inter Milan during the recent January transfer window for just over a combined £20 million.
And it is clever economical purchases of that nature that principal owner John W Henry and chairman Tom Werner are hoping Rodgers and Co can continue to discover when the transfer market reopens for business once again on 1 June.