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Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has already brought in four new players this summer, and it looks like he will continue to spend more money to add extra quality to his squad ahead of this season's Champions League campaign.
Rodgers has plenty of cash available following the sale of Luis Suarez to Barcelona and he is wasting no time in investing it.
It is believed that Liverpool could make a triple signing this week by sealing deals for Dejan Lovren, Loic Remy and Divock Origi.
I've said before that these three players would all bring something to the club and it now looks like the Reds board are very close to finalising the deals.
Firstly, Lovren has made it clear to Southampton that he wants to join the Reds and it looks as if the Croatian defender will get his dream move for a deal in the region of £20million.
It is obviously a lot of money for a centre-back but he has already proved himself in the Premier League and if the Reds had been able to field a better defence last season it is likely they would have won the league title.
Remy is also close to signing after Liverpool told QPR that they were prepared to activate his £8.5m release clause in his contract. He will receive around £80,000 per-week in wages but is a proven goalscorer following an impressive season with Newcastle.
Remy will fly to the US once he has signed to join his new team-mates and it will be interesting to see if he can form a partnership with Daniel Sturridge. One thing is for certain, teams won't want to play a high line against Liverpool with those two in the side as both have pace to burn.
Liverpool's long pursuit of Belgium World Cup striker Origi is also nearing a conclusion but the teenager will be loaned back to Lille as part of the condition of his £10 million deal. He is a young player with bags of potential and exactly the sort of player the Reds have developed a reputation for improving.
Whether he features next season or goes out on loan remains to be seen but he is clearly one for the future.
The three players will come for a combined £38.5m, which is on top of the £59m the Reds boss has already shelled out this summer.
More players may still be on their way, but by getting his business done early Rodgers is giving himself the perfect opportunity to work with the players on the training ground before the seasons starts to allow the Reds to hit the ground running come August.