MADRID EYE WIJNALDUM
Real Madrid are considering a move for Gini Wijnaldum as their chances of signing Eden Hazard continue to fade, according to Tuttomercatoweb.
Los Blancos have already held a meeting with the Liverpool midfielder's agent as they look to make an impact signing to bolster their squad this summer.
CLUBS TO FIGHT FOR GRAY
Tottenham, Everton and Liverpool will all fight to sign Leciester City winger Demarai Gray at the end of the season, according to a report from the Mirror.
The Foxes attacker is growing frustrated with his lack of playing time at the King Power, having played only two full games for the club this season, and will reluctantly push for a move in the summer.
BARCELONA IN NEW COUTINHO BID
Barcelona are poised to make a bid worth up to £51 million for Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho, according to Sport.
The Catalan club are desperate to land the Brazil international this summer, but are equally keen not to upset the balance in the club's dressing room, and are thus wary of offering Coutinho a huge contract if he does move to Camp Nou.
LIVERPOOL WANT FABREGAS
Liverpool are planning a shock swoop for Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas, the Daily Star reports.
Fabregas is set to find playing time even more difficult to come by as Antonio Conte prepares to add to his squad over the summer and the Spaniard would prefer to remain in England, with Jose Mourinho also credited with an interest in the World Cup winner.
BRIGHTON WANT STEWART
Newly promoted Brighton want to make Liverpool midfielder Kevin Stewart one of their first summer additions, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Several Championship sides have shown an interest in Stewart but he has featured fairly regularly under Jurgen Klopp and the Reds will demand £10 million to sell him.
SESSEGNON TO REPLACE MORENO
Liverpool are stepping up their efforts to seal a deal to sign Ryan Sessegnon as Alberto Moreno prepares to leave the club, according to the Liverpool Echo.
James Milner has filled in at left-back this season but Jurgen Klopp is keen to sign a more natural long-term solution having sidelined the Spaniard in the early months of the season.
LIVERPOOL TO BREAK RECORD FOR VAN DIJK
Liverpool are prepared to break their £35 million transfer record to sign Virgil van Dijk from Southampton this summer, according to the Liverpool Echo.
The Saints value their star defender at £50m and the Reds have not been put off by that price tag, with their previous highest fee spent on Andy Carroll in 2011.
€50M ASENSIO BID REJECTED
Liverpool have had a €50 million (£42m) bid for Real Madrid star Marco Asensio rejected, according to AS.
The 21-year-old attacking midfielder is seen as a key part of Zinedine Zidane's plans going forward and Madrid's stance is that he is not for sale this summer.
LIVERPOOL EYE LACAZETTE
Liverpool remain admirers of Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette but face competition to sign him this summer, according to RMC Sport.
The Reds have been monitoring the Frenchman for some time now but Borussia Dortmund and Atletico Madrid would also be interested should be made available for a transfer.
£30M PRICE TAG ON SAKHO
Liverpool are demanding £30 million in any permanent deal for out-of-favour defender Mamadou Sakho, according to Sky Sports.
The Frenchman has impressed while on loan at Crystal Palace and while he has no future at Anfield, the Reds hope to capitalise on his return to form by cashing in this summer.
REDS BATTLE BAYERN FOR PULISIC
Liverpool will battle Bayern Munich to sign Borussia Dortmund starlet Christian Pulisic this summer, according to the Daily Mirror.
Tottenham are also interested in the 18-year-old American but Dortmund are reluctant to sell, and Pulisic is happy to stay at a club at which he receives plenty of first-team opportunities.
CAN NEGOTIATIONS DRAG ON
Liverpool will continue to play Emre Can even if he has not signed a new contract when he enters the final year of his existing terms, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Can's deal expires in 2018 and negotiations remain ongoing, but there is a chance he will enter the 2017-18 campaign without a renewal.
ARSENAL ENTER VAN DIJK RACE
Arsenal have entered the race for Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk as part of their switch to a back three, according to the Daily Mirror.
Chelsea are in pole position to sign the Dutchman and Liverpool, Manchester City and Everton are also keen, with the Saints pricing the centre-back at £50 million.
LIVERPOOL TO LAND HART
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has sanctioned a £20 million move for Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart, reports The Sun.
The England international is currently taking in a season-long loan at Serie A side Torino, but is looking to return to the Premier League next in 2017-18.
REDS INTERESTED IN SHAW
Liverpool are interested in Luke Shaw but Manchester United are unlikely to want to sell to a local rival, according to the Daily Mirror.
Tottenham are the left-back's most likely destination but that move will only materialise if Manchester City stump up the cash required to sign Danny Rose.
LIVERPOOL WANT THEO
Liverpool are set to go up against Real Madrid for the signature of Atletico Madrid left-back Theo Hernandez, according to a report from The Independent.
The 19-year-old, who is the younger brother of Atletico centre-back Lucas, has made 25 La Liga appearances for loan side Alaves this season and could command a fee of up to £20 million should he be sold.
Jurgen Klopp is determined to find a long-term solution to the left side of his defence ahead of next season, with the Atletico man topping his shortlist.
LIVERPOOL EYE MANDANDA
Liverpool are interested in a surprise move for Crystal Palace goalkeeper Steve Mandanda, according to Telefoot.
The former Marseille man is yet to win his place back in the Eagles' starting lineup after a long-term injury and could be brought in by Jurgen Klopp as competition for Simon Mignolet.
REDS WANT £30M FOR SAKHO
Liverpool will demand £30 million from Crystal Palace for on-loan defender Mamadou Sakho, according to the Daily Mirror.
The Frenchman has made a significant difference to the Eagles' back line and will also draw interest from Napoli and Southampton in the summer.
FOUR-WAY FIGHT FOR JAMES
Manchester City, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea will all battle it out to sign Real Madrid star James Rodriguez this summer, reports the Mirror.
Promises over playing time have not been met at the Bernabeu, causing the Colombian to seek a move away, but Madrid are keen to recoup the money they paid for him.