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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - POTENTIAL SIGNINGS: Raul Jimenez: The Wolves striker is arguably the best front man outside of the top four clubs and has been a revelation since moving to Molineux two years ago, scoring more than 40 goals. Superb hold-up play, aerial prowess and an expert finisher. The Mexican would provide competition for Roberto Firmino as the spearhead of Liverpool's potent strike force. CHANCES OF SIGNING: Wolves will be reluctant to lose their talisman. AFP
Danny Rose: England defender has spent the second half of the campaign on loan at Newcastle United after refusing to sign a new deal at Tottenham. Has made clear his desire to finish his career in his native north England and Jurgen Klopp may be more inclined to opt for a specialist left-back to cover for flying Scotsman Andrew Robertson, rather than the ageing legs of James Milner. CHANCES OF SIGNING: Rose is out of contract and, if he is agreeable to the idea of being Robertson's understudy, would be a useful addition. Reuters
Nuno Mendes: Young defender, 18, has impressed his employers at Sporting enough for them to commit him to a long-term contract. Mendes' new five-year contract is reported to include a £40 million (Dh182m) release clause. CHANCES OF SIGNING: Certainly one for the future but Rose may seem the more appealing - and cheaper - understudy to Robertson. AFP
Thiago Alcantara: One of Europe's most accomplished midfielders is reported to be stalling on signing fresh terms with Bayern Munich and, according to German media, is keen on a move to the Premier League. The Spaniard, 29, would burnish an already strong midfield at Anfield but his qualities would be too good to pass up if he became available. CHANCES OF SIGNING: With 12 months left on his contract, Bayern may decide to cash in on the player rather than risk losing him for nothing in 2021. AFP
Alessio Romagnoli: Liverpool are reportedly considering a €60m bid for the highly-rated AC Milan defender. The Merseysiders may have to move fast to secure the Italian's services with Manchester City and Barcelona also thought to be keen. CHANCES OF SIGNING: With Dejan Lovren likely to be moving on and Joel Matip injury prone, the 25-year-old would reinforce a rearguard that has been the best in the league this term. EPA
POTENTIAL EXITS: Harry Wilson: The Welshman has been one of the few shining lights in an otherwise dismal season for Bournemouth, where he has spent 2019/20 on loan. Seven goals and several standout displays for Eddie Howe's side should convince rival Premier League managers of his quality and Wilson that his future may be best served away from Anfield. CHANCES OF LEAVING: Hard to see him moving up the pecking order despite an impressive season on the South Coast. Reuters
Marko Grujic: Borussia Monchengladbach reportedly want to sign the Serb this summer. While the Bundesliga side want the 24-year-old only on loan, it is thought Liverpool are keen to offload the ex-Red Star Belgrade player who has spent the past two years with Hertha Berlin. CHANCES OF LEAVING: Pretty high. Tall and rangy in the Nemanja Matic mould, the Reds are thought to be holding out for a fee of €18m. EPA
Naby Keita: Though highly-rated by coaches and teammates at Anfield, it feels as if the Guinea international has never got his Liverpool career up and running due to a variety of injuries. Is well down the pecking order in Liverpool's midfield. CHANCES OF LEAVING: Several news outlets in the UK and Italy have reported the former RB Leipzig midfielder will be used as bait to lure Alessio Romagnoli from AC Milan. EPA
Dejan Lovren: Once described himself as "one of the best defenders in the world" but has seen Joe Gomez and Joel Matip move ahead of him as Virgil van Dijk's preferred defensive partner. The level of football Liverpool play is perhaps a notch too high for the 30-year-old, even if he has graced a World Cup final. CHANCES OF LEAVING: The Croatian defender's current deal expires next June and the club may welcome offers rather than lose him for free next year. EPA
Loris Karius: The German's two-year loan at Besiktas was cut short after his manager accused him of losing concentration during several defeats before the coronavirus-enforced shutdown of the Turkish league. While Adrian's mistake against Atletico Madrid contributed to Liverpool's Champions League exit, Karius' calamity in the 2018 final to Real Madrid will never be forgotten. CHANCES OF LEAVING: Karius signed a contract extension when he agreed his two-year loan, but it's hard to envisage him playing for the Reds again. Reuters
Adam Lallana: The club offered the playmaker a short contract extension to savour the club's Premier League title success but Klopp has confirmed the former Southampton player will be off to pastures new next season. Has been a terrific servant at the club and his late equaliser against Manchester United at Old Trafford earlier in the season was a feature of the team's never-say-die attitude. CHANCES OF LEAVING: The England international has the ability to excel and demand a first-team place at most other clubs. AFP
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