Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is hoping to make more additions "across the board" before the transfer window closes.

Rodgers has strengthened his squad in defence, midfield and attack over the summer months, having brought seven players to Anfield as the club prepare for a season of both domestic and European commitments.

Rickie Lambert, Adam Lallana, Emre Can, Lazar Markovic, Dejan Lovren, Javier Manquillo and Divock Origi have arrived on Merseyside although the young Belgian striker has returned to Lille on a season long loan.

Rodgers admitted he would have liked to have the 19-year-old striker at his disposal for the upcoming season with the void left by Luis Suarez still looming large.

After failing to bring Loic Remy to Merseyside, the club are still in the market for another striker and Rodgers has confirmed his plans to conclude more signings before the transfer window closes on 1 September.

"We would still like to do some business," Rodgers told Liverpool's official website following the club's 4-0 hammering of Borussia Dortmund, a game in which Can, Lambert, Lovren and Manquillo featured.

"But I am certainly happy with where we are at with the squad at the moment. We've still got players to come back from injury. Across the board we still want to add a little bit more depth to what we have. We hope to do some more business."

Following the exits of Suarez and Pepe Reina – the latter having signed a permanent deal with Bayern Munich – there could yet be more departures from Anfield.

Kolo Toure is close to leaving the club after just one season to join Turkish club Trabzonspor, while Daniel Agger's future remains in the balance although his manager recently confirmed there have been no official bids for the Dane as yet.