Reds have already secured deals for four players.
Liverpool head coach Brendan Rodgers says that the Merseysiders are aiming to bring two more players to the club before the start of next season, reports the Daily Mirror.
The Reds have already done a lot of business during the transfer window, which only officially opened for business at the start of this month.
However, that has not prevented the Northern Irishman from sealing deals for experienced Manchester City utility player Kolo Toure, Sunderland keeper Thomas Mignolet, Sevilla wide man Luis Alberto and Celta de Vigo front man Iago Aspas, all for a combined transfer fee of just £22.8 million.
That, though, is not the end of the Reds’ business in the close season, with Rodgers also now eyeing up possible deals for another new new centre back, as well as for an attacking midfield player.
“I’m very happy with the four players I’ve brought in, and they’ll add to the group, but we still hope to make a few more – certainly another attacking player will really benefit us, and probably another defender,” Rodgers said.
The attack-minded forward Liverpool are targeting is believed to be Shakhtar Dontesk’s Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who netted 26 goals in just 39 matches in all competitions for his club last season, while the centre back the Reds are after is thought to be Schalke 04’s Kyriakos Papadopoulos, although the Greece international is currently recovering from knee surgery.