By Abigail Withey

Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has taken to social media to fire shots at Everton’s summer recruitment drive.

The 39-year-old defender-turned-pundit claimed on Monday that none of Ronald Koeman’s new additions would make it into Jurgen Klopp’s squad at Anfield.

Carragher spent 17 years playing for the Reds, and made a staggering 717 appearances across all competitions throughout his time on the red hald of Merseyside.

The 2005 Champions League winner joked about how Koeman’s new recruits wouldn’t make the Liverpool team on his official Twitter account alongside a comical picture of Klopp in an umbrella hat.

“When Everton sign four or five players but none of them would make the Liverpool team,” the ex-England defender said.

Carragher’s tweet came shortly after Everton confirmed the signing of Malaga’s Sandro Ramirez, and the ex-Liverpool player clearly doesn’t think he would match the talent of the Reds’ squad.

The tweet suggests that the football pundit believes that Davy Klaassen, Henry Onyekuru and, the most expensive British goalkeeper, Jordan Pickford are not good enough to play for the rival squad.

Koeman has had a busy start to the transfer season, and has already taken his total spending over £60 million.

The Dutch boss looks to bolster his squad ahead of the club’s 2017/18 Premier League campaign, as the manager will be aiming for a top four finish in the competition.

Meanwhile, Liverpool have made just one signing so far during the transfer window after securing Roma’s Mohamed Salah last month in a deal worth £34million.

In other Everton news, fans have reacted on Twitter to Monday’s latest transfer announcement.

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