Jurgen Klopp maintains that Liverpool will follow their own path to a successful future and wont be influenced by other clubs splashing the cash.
Newcastle have joined the likes of Man City and Chelsea as big spenders of the division with investment coming from a Saudi takeover.
There has been similar speculation that Man United will be the next club to follow with Shiekh Jassim from Qatar putting in a number of bids.
But Klopp says that Liverpool will always look for ways to compete in their own way as the Mirror reported.
“So it’s them (Newcastle and Manchester City ) with Chelsea! and Manchester United in the future, while yeah, we have to live within our means.
“As far as I know, it was always the situation for Liverpool. That of course makes it not easier. But we cannot put sticks around our area and hope that no one will run through! “That’s how it is, other teams will do their things, we will do our stuff.
“And I have no problem with that, as long as it is all by the rules. In the end the circumstances might be different, but it’s all about what you make of it. That’s what we try, that’s where we try to make a difference in a positive direction, but we will see.”
The way that Liverpool operate in the transfer market means that there is very little margin for error and targets need to be clearly pinpointed with the manager counting the days until the end of August.
“It is simple, we have to be on point, that is pretty much the thing. There is not a lot of space for failure.”
“The people out there think: We should do this, we should do that! Another centre half and another No 6 and another No 8 and another striker!...‘he’ll sit there ladies and gentlemen!
“I was always glad when transfer windows are over! I am absolutely in it, if I want to improve the squad I have to absolutely do it. But I have all the information around and I know what is possible and not possible.
Klopp says whatever happens in the next week, he will work with what he has to the best of his ability.
“It is my job to take the team we have at the end of the transfer window and make the best of it.
“I’m not sitting there saying ‘aw they have this and they have that’ that is how I understand it.”