Dalglish rules out mass movement
Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish is adamant he is in no rush to sell any of his players and his main priority is on adding extra quality.
Dalglish has made his comments after speculation concerning the futures of Dirk Kuyt and Maxi Rodriguez who have been linked with moves away from Anfield.
Kuyt is reportedly a transfer target for Hamburg while Rodriguez appeared to say his goodbyes to the club's fans on Twitter following Tuesday's 4-1 victory at home to Chelsea.
Defender Fabio Aurelio will definitely be leaving next month when his contract expires but otherwise the Scot isn't expecting anyone else to go in the summer.
Dalglish will also have to make a decision on what to do next with Joe Cole and Alberto Aquilani, after the duo spent all of the current campaign on loan at Lille and AC Milan respectively.
The Reds manager said: "We are not looking to move anyone out. The only one who will be moving out will be Fabio as his contract is up.
"All we want to do is to add to the start we have had and see what happens to us.
"The transfer market brings up surprises but what they will be I can't help you, I'm not clairvoyant. But we are not actively looking to move anyone out."