Perhaps not surprisingly, the delayed summer window only closes in October.
Still, the opportunity is still there for clubs to buy players if needed and Liverpool will undoubtedly assess their options in the market, particularly after their defensive injury crisis and recent patchy form.
With that in mind, here are the players invited to come to Anfield before the window closes.
Ben White – 3/1
Brighton defender White bonded with the Reds for the first time this summer after impressing on loan at Leeds United, who failed in their attempts to sign him permanently.
The Seagulls asking price was reportedly £ 40million in the summer and that may well increase in the January market.
Still, with the Reds ‘injury issues in defense, White’s re-emergence in bookmakers’ odds is not surprising, especially since he has continued to impress since making his Premier League debut this season.
The Reds are known to have spotted White, but any deal to sign him wouldn’t be cheap.
Manchester United are also ranked at 3/1, with AC Milan intriguing an 8/1 price tag.
Leeds are 25/1 to sign White, with Man City 33/1.
Conor Coady – 4/1
Wolves defender Coady dismissed the prospect of a return to his childhood club when asked about a possible Jamie Carragher transfer to Sky Sports in October.
The 27-year-old has arguably been one of the Premier League’s fittest center-backs since helping Wolves move up from the league and this was acknowledged by an England debut last year.
He only managed one senior appearance for Liverpool before moving to Huddersfield Town in 2014.
While the bookies have given him a good chance to return to Anfield, it seems like an unlikely move.
The Reds are clearly the favorites to sign Coady, with Manchester United and Spurs priced 16/1 and Man City at 20/1.
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Tyrone Mings – 5/1
Another center-back on the list is Aston Villa’s Mings, who has been a rock at the back since turning his loan from Bournemouth into a permanent deal in 2019.
The 27-year-old has previously been linked with Manchester United and Arsenal but has so far remained at Villa Park.
There is very little talk linking him to a departure from Dean Smith’s side this month and, despite a 5/1 odds, the Reds don’t seem ready to make a move for him.
As with Coady, the Reds are comfortable favorites to sign the Mings, with Man United 25/1, Man City 33/1 and Chelsea 50/1.
James Tarkowski – 6/1
Tarkowski is eager to leave Burnley after rejecting contract offers last season and throughout the summer.
Still, with 18 months remaining on his current contract at Turf Moor, there is no rush for Burnley to sell mid-season.
Figures like Leicester City and West Ham were keen to sign the 27-year-old this summer, but he ultimately stayed at Burnley.
While Burnley would undoubtedly prefer to sell Tarkowski this summer, if the Reds strike a deal for him, it would be a reminder of the previous bargain transfers that they have become known to get in past windows when player contracts run out.
West Ham are the favorites to clinch center-back at 5/1, with Everton priced at 12/1.
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Kylian Mbappe – 9/1
There is a lot of speculation about Mbappe’s future at PSG, just 18 months away from his contract with the French champions.
While PSG officials have raised the chances of the 21-year-old agreeing to a new deal, he will continue to make noise about his future until the matter is settled.
The France World Cup winner is at the top of many Liverpool fans’ shopping lists, although Jurgen Klopp has played down speculation his side will take a step for the forward.
It’s hard to see him leaving PSG mid-season and the fact that many clubs have long chances seems to suggest so.
Real Madrid are favorites for their 7/1 signing, with Barcelona having an odds of 12/1 and Bayern Munich, Man City and Man United priced at 25/1.
Jadon Sancho – 9/1
Manchester United failed to strike a deal to sign England star Sancho this summer, which opened up the possibility for Borussia Dortmund to sell a 20-year-old to another club.
Liverpool quickly became linked with the Man City youth product when it became clear he would not be on his way to Old Trafford this summer with Sancho reportedly open to a move to Anfield.
Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke recently admitted that the summer’s failed move had an impact on Sancho’s form this season, with only one goal under his belt in the campaign.
Yet it still seems unlikely that Dortmund will be willing to sell the player in January.
Man United remain favorites for their 5/1 signing, while Man City are 20/1 odds on the prospect of bringing him back to the Etihad.
Dele Alli – 16/1
Having fallen completely out of favor under Jose Mourinho at Spurs, Alli’s future is up for debate.
It remains to be seen whether the Reds need an Alli-style player after Curtis Jones emerges as an attacking midfielder, but they are included among the clubs most likely to sign the England international according to them. bookmakers.
At 16/1, it looks like a move to Anfield is a long shot for Alli, however.
PSG remain big favorites at 4/7 for his signing. The French champions took an interest in the midfielder this summer and these ties will only grow stronger following the appointment of former Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino.
Crystal Palace and Everton are both 12/1 to sign him, with Man United at 14/1.
Leeds, Newcastle and Real Madrid are all priced 25/1, with Southampton at 33/1.
With such a huge array of clubs included in betting, perhaps this is indicative of the uncertain nature of Alli’s future.
Max Aarons – 18/1
One player who has recently linked with the Reds is Norwich City full-back Max Aarons.
The 21-year-old has impressed Norwich since making his debut in 2018 and has become a key player on their side.
He has Premier League experience having played regularly for the Canaries last season and has been called a star of the future.
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Aarons would provide support to Trent Alexander-Arnold at right-back, but Liverpool’s 18/1 odds reflect the area not being a priority in this window, alongside Norwich reportedly intending to resist any offer to him. in January.
Man United are the favorites to clinch the England Youth International at 6/4, with Everton at the cost of 13/2 and Arsenal at 16/1.
Odds via Sky Bet and correct at time of writing.