LIVERPOOL -- Jurgen Klopp says he has "no idea" what will happen regarding potential Liverpool incomings or outgoings in the final few days of the transfer window.
Liverpool have added Naby Keita, Fabinho, Xherdan Shaqiri and Alisson to their ranks this summer as Klopp sought to improve the overall depth of his squad.
Potential exits from Anfield before Thursday's transfer deadline could include Danny Ings, Simon Mignolet, Marko Grujic and Divock Origi, who have all been linked with moves away from the Merseyside club.
After signing goalkeeper Alisson for £65 million last month, Klopp had said he thought the Brazilian would be Liverpool's last signing of the summer.
But asked at a news conference on Tuesday about the possibility of further signings or departures prior to the window shutting, Klopp replied: "We will see.
"We will see what happens. I don't know. I'm happy about the game tonight and about what we did, the whole atmosphere.
"But I have no idea what will happen in the next two days."
On Ings' future specifically, he added: "It's all open, what can I say? You have to wait. I don't update each second."
The Liverpool manager was speaking after he watched his side conclude their preseason schedule with a convincing 3-1 victory over Torino at Anfield on Tuesday evening.
Roberto Firmino, Georginio Wijnaldum and Daniel Sturridge all got on the scoresheet ahead of the Reds' Premier League opener with West Ham United on Sunday afternoon.
"We have a few days, I like that," Klopp continued. "But I'm happy we can start at the weekend because preseason is good but the season is even better."
Jordan Henderson came on as a second-half substitute against Torino to make his first appearance of the summer, having been granted extra time off following the World Cup.
The Liverpool captain only returned to training on Sunday, but Klopp did not rule him out of contention to feature against West Ham on the weekend.
He said: "[I'm] not sure, don't know -- we have to see how he reacts.
"But it is Hendo, so to be honest in the first session it looked like he trained for the whole three weeks.
"He was in a really good shape, so we thought a few minutes tonight should be possible.
"He's experienced enough not to bring himself in difficult situations where he has to run two or three miles in two minutes.
"He can control the game and that's good, really good, and for us he is a very important option of course. I have no clue in the moment what we will do at the weekend."