Liverpool remain in the race for a Champions League spot and will be fully aware of how costly it could be to miss the top four.
The transfer market is expected to operate at a reduced level as clubs grapple with the financial fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, although big clubs are still likely to recruit new stars.
Jurgen Klopp will look to add to his squad as the Reds look to mount a title challenge – but who could be on their way to Anfield?
We’ve taken a look at the latest rumors below …
Lower Juventus Ramsey price
Liverpool could close a transfer deal this summer following news that Juventus have reduced the asking price for Aaron Ramsey to just £ 10million.
According to All Juve , Ramsey is a player Klopp saw as a potential option ahead of the upcoming window.
The report claims Juventus initially wanted € 20million for Ramsey, but the Italian giants overturned that decision.
The 30-year-old joined Juventus on a free transfer, having represented Arsenal for 11 years.
Ramsey is believed to have signed a contract worth £ 400,000 a week at the club.
New contracts for the Brazilian duo
Alisson and Fabinho are in line for new offers at Liverpool, it has emerged.
The Brazilian duo have been notable performers for Klopp’s squad since arriving from AS Roma and Monaco respectively during the 2018 summer transfer window.
According to the Daily Mail, talks with the duo will begin when the players return for the preseason in early July.
Fabinho’s current deal will expire in 2023, and Alisson’s will end a year later.
Sporting problem Coup de Goncalves
Sporting Lisbon have dealt Liverpool a blow in their bid to sign midfielder Pedro Goncalves.
The Portuguese club are working to offer their star man a new contract despite interest from Klopp and Manchester United.
Sport have informed clubs in the winter window that the 22-year-old will only be sold for his € 60million (£ 51.6million) release clause – which is now set to rise.
Portuguese media outlet, Record, reported that Sporting now intends to increase his buyout clause to € 80million (£ 68.8million) with a new contract that will also see his salary drop by € 500,000. (8.2kp / wk) to 700k € (£ 11.5kp / w) per year.
Goncalves has played a major role in his squad winning a first league title in 19 years, contributing 20 goals and three assists in La Liga NOS this season.