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Liverpool FC chief executive Ian Ayre says the Reds will carry on spending - as Lazar Markovic finally arrives on Merseyside for his medical.
Brendan Rodgers will be given access to the club record £75million banked from the sale of Luis Suarez to Barcelona on Friday.
The Reds boss has already spent almost £40m in signing Rickie Lambert, Adam Lallana and Emre Can this summer, and is prepared to double that outlay with the purchase of Benfica winger Markovic, Southampton centre-back Dejan Lovren and Belgium's World Cup star Divock Origi.
And Ayre insists there will be even more new faces with owners Fenway Sports Group prepared to back Rodgers' preparations for Liverpool's return to the Champions League this coming campaign.
"It's all about building and progress," said Ayre. "We'll aim to continue that throughout the summer.
"We've obviously sold Luis, but we've had a busy few weeks with players arriving as well."
Liverpool hope to complete a £20m deal for Markovic in the coming days with the Serbian international in the country today ahead of a scheduled medical tomorrow.
Rodgers remains keen on Lovren despite new Southampton boss Ronald Koeman having hinted Liverpool's new-found riches could bump up the price of the Croatia international.
The Reds will turn their attentions to compensating for the loss of Suarez to help ease the goalscoring burden on main striker Daniel Sturridge.
A deal for Lille youngster Origi should be completed this week, although the 19-year-old will most likely be loaned back to the French side.
Rodgers is pondering declaring an interest in Swansea City forward Wilfried Bony and is also monitoring the situation of Queens Park Rangers' Loic Remy. Both are believed to have contracts that contain buy-out clauses.
With a deal for Sevilla's Alberto Moreno having reached an impasse, the Reds have started to assess alternative left-back targets.
Swansea defender Ben Davies, a 21-year-old Wales international, is among those being considered.