Liverpool manager reveals no late January transfer business

Twelve months ago, Liverpool pocketed £50 million for Fernando Torres at the end of January and had just about enough time to land the signatures of Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll

However, it does not appear as though Kenny Dalglish will be engaging in any similar late transfer activity this time around, despite several supporters feeling as though the Reds need additional options in attack where Carroll has not yet found form for the Merseyside club.

“There is no-one going in or out of the club before the transfer window [closes],” he said.

“There is nothing happening here.”

“I don’t read the papers so I don’t know [about speculation]. “We have covered what we have to say. We don’t need to justify what people are speculating about do we.”

Meanwhile, Carroll has stated his determination to become a success at Anfield, despite a story emerging over the weekend that Liverpool had offered Manchester City the England striker in exchange for Carlos Tevez.

“I thought I had did well (against Manchester United) and everyone else did but I’ve got to keep working on it and it will come,” admitted Carroll.

“I am just getting into my stride now. Everyone is getting used to how I play and I am getting used to everyone else.

“Everyone is helping us as much as they can and I just need to get going.

“I thought everyone played well and we deserved the win really. Everyone put a shift in and got what we wanted out of it at the end.”

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