The Reds have so far signed Mohamed Salah for just under £35million, while young striker Dominic Solanke has also arrived from Chelsea.
But Liverpool are far from done with bringing new players in.
Klopp’s key targets include RB Leipzig midfielder Naby Keita and Southampton centre-half Virgil van Dijk.
Both would command fees in excess of £60m, which would mean Liverpool would have to smash their transfer record this summer.
The club, though, are ready to back Klopp in his pursuits following the Reds’ qualification for the Champions League last season.
Jurgen Klopp has the full support of Liverpool's owners over transfers this summer
The German boss highlighted he is not chasing the world’s best and most expensive players such as Cristiano Ronaldo, who has been linked with a move away from Real Madrid.
Those on his radar would still significantly strengthen his side.
And despite not making a breakthrough yet over Keita or Van Dijk, Jurgen Klopp remains hopeful.
When asked if he had the financial support from Liverpool’s owners, Klopp replied: “One hundred per cent.
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I didn’t ask if I could buy Ronaldo or the other guys from Barcelona
“Ok, I didn’t ask if I could buy Ronaldo or the other guys from Barcelona but I am absolutely fine with this.
“If they could make it quicker, you can imagine they would be here and trying. It’s not about money or something like this.
“It is not about a number (of players). It is about how it fits together. We will see.
“I felt we all ready had a pretty good side last year, especially when everyone is fit and that gives me a good feeling.”