The Reds’ current strength at depth saw Jurgen Klopp call on Roberto Firmino, Thiago and Joe Gomez as second-half substitutes while James Milner, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Andy Robertson were all unavailable.
The Reds boss has just over a week to complete any transfer deal before the window closes on August 31.
Spending seems the most likely, but rumors continue to grab the headlines.
Here are the latest Liverpool transfer news, gossip and rumors from around the world.
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Fabrizio Romano on Don Robbie’s YouTube channel
Liverpool have been credited with an interest in Wolves’ Adama Traore this summer, according to journalist Fabrizio Romano.
Tottenham Hotspur are also reportedly interested in a move as new Spurs manager Nuno Espirito Santo contemplate a reunion with the Spain international.
Romano said on the show: “For Liverpool it depends on the situation of Origi or Shaqiri.
“For Tottenham, they are trying to resolve Harry Kane’s situation. If they sell Kane, Traore could be one of the names on the list.
“Nuno, of course, loves the player. I am told that the Tottenham board is interested in Traore. He’s not a priority now, but he’s one of the names on the list.
Midfielder Ben Woodburn is also expected to leave Anfield this summer on a loan to Scottish Hearts “sanctioned” by the club.
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The 21-year-old is due to travel to Edinburgh early in the week to finalize the move, which is an initial loan until January, with an option to extend if all parties agree.
“We are expecting him this evening or tomorrow morning. It was cleared by Liverpool, so it’s just a matter of picking it up and preparing it, ”Hearts manager Robbie Neilson explained after their 1-1 draw against Aberdeen on Sunday.
Various outlets via Lyon press release
Shaqiri will leave Liverpool this summer as an agreement in principle has been reached with Lyon on the transfer of the Switzerland international.
The player will undergo a medical examination in France on Monday as details of the deal are finalized.
A fee of £ 9.5million has been agreed, which is slightly lower than the initial £ 12million the club had hoped to recover for the 29-year-old.
However, this is significantly more than the 5 million euros originally offered a few weeks ago.
The statement from Lyon reads as follows: “After intense negotiations with Liverpool, OL thank the general manager, Billy Hogan, and the sporting director, Michael Edwards, for their availability and for having listened to the joint requests of Xherdan Shaqiri and Olympique Lyonnais. ”