Jurgen Klopp's side are instead expected to focus on their outgoings ahead of the 2022-23 season, and one high-profile departure was confirmed less than 24 hours ago.
Mane leaves for Bayern Munich
After six years, 269 matches and 120 goals, Sadio Mane's time at Liverpool has come to an end, with the Senegal international penning a three-year contract at Bayern Munich.
The German champions' initial approaches for the 30-year-old were apparently laughed off by Liverpool, but a deal which could reach up to £35m was eventually agreed between the two clubs.
Bayern will reportedly pay a £27.5m upfront fee for Mane, whose deal at Liverpool was due to expire in 2023, and he has insisted that he will continue to be the Reds' "number one fan" in Bavaria.
Mane won the Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup, EFL Cup, Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup during his time on Merseyside and was one of three recipients of the 2018-19 Premier League Golden Boot with 22 strikes.
Monaco 'agree Takumi Minamino deal'
Mane should not be the only Liverpool attacker to depart this summer, with Takumi Minamino expected to leave in search of regular first-team opportunities elsewhere.
Minamino only started one Premier League game last season and will be allowed to leave for the right price this summer, and the Japan international has not been short of offers.
Ligue 1 is seemingly the most likely destination for Minamino now, as BBC Sport claims that Monaco have agreed a deal to sign the 27-year-old for £15.5m.
Liverpool can expect to receive an upfront fee of £12.9m for Minamino with a further £2.6m in add-ons, and Monaco have fended off interest from Lazio and Lyon to secure his signature.
Minamino managed 10 goals in all competitions for Liverpool last season and leaves having made 55 appearances for the club since his move from Red Bull Salzburg in 2020.
Conor Bradley joins Bolton Wanderers on loan
One 18-year-old right-back will be hoping to demote Trent Alexander-Arnold to the bench during the 2022-23 season, but it will not be Conor Bradley.
The teenager made fleeting first-team appearances for the Reds last term and once again starred at Under-23 level, providing three goals and eight assists in a Premier League 2 campaign which saw him nominated for the tournament's Player of the Season.
Bradley will now hope to gain more first-team experience in League One, as the right-back has joined Bolton Wanderers on loan for the 2022-23 season after Ramsay's arrival at Liverpool.
The Northern Ireland international has spent the last three years at Liverpool since arriving from Dungannon and made five appearances under Jurgen Klopp last term, including his Champions League debut against AC Milan at San Siro.
Bradley also made three appearances in the Reds' triumphant EFL Cup campaign and provided an assist in the 4-1 FA Cup third-round win over Shrewsbury Town back in January.