Brendan Rodgers has revealed he expects there to be outgoing transfer activity before the deadline on Monday.
The boss refused to completely rule out the prospect of there being further additions to the ranks, but explained he is anticipating departures.
Rodgers told a press conference at Melwood: "There'll probably be more movement out than coming in, I would say.
"We've still got offers for players to go. Every player here knows their situation, so if they're here after that deadline on Monday then they've decided to stay but their game time will be very limited.
"At this moment in time, there are not many more to come in, if any."
Meanwhile, another piece of business to be done in the not too distant future is a new deal for Jon Flanagan.
The youngster is currently sidelined with a knee problem, though is closing in on a return to fitness.
Rodgers said: "He's been unfortunate with injuries. He's had a number of injuries during the time I've been in here, and before I came in. Just looking at his injury record, it hasn't been great.
"But he's a young kid who I really, really want to be an important member of our squad.
"He deserves a new deal. He did exceptionally well last season and he's recovering well from his injury. We're hoping he'll be back soon - and with a new deal as well."