The reigning Serie A champions Juventus star Aaron Ramsey is reportedly on the transfer radar of three clubs from the Premier League.
While the Welshman only made the switch to Turin the previous summer, the 29-year-old midfielder has struggled to hold down a regular place at the club.
As a result of injuries and other variants in the squad, Ramsey has featured in just eight starts and eight substitute matches in Serie A and the UCL.
According to a recent report from The Mirror, this has resulted in Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea considering a bid for the former Arsenal man.
Having signed Aaron on a free transfer, Bianconeri may welcome the opportunity to make a quick profit on a player who is only a roster option under manager Maurizio Sarri.
The former Arsenal man has a contract with the Italian heavyweights until the end of the 2022-23 season.
Meantime, Liverpool have reportedly discovered that they must trigger the release clause of RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner by the end of April.
Earlier this week, it was stated that the Merseyside giants had expressed a desire to land Werner in January, with the intention of loaning the player back to his current club.
However, while a reported deal failed to materialise, there remains the suggestion that both sides wish to clinch the transfer at the end of the season.
In spite of the 23-year-old possessing a release clause, Bild claims that any interested team must meet the required sum by the end of April.
Jurgen Klopp won’t rest on his laurels this summer with the Liverpool chief already putting plans in motion to bolster his side, judging by his reported interest in Benfica forward Carlos Vinicius.
With the Anfield outfit firmly on course for their first league title in 30 years, Jurgen is eyeing the forward as a potential source of even more goals for his side’s already potent attack force.
Reports in this week’s papers claims Klopp could sanction the exit of Roberto Firmino for £75 million after seemingly agreeing on a deal to land a £51 million replacement.
The German sold Philippe Coutinho in 2018 and wisely used the funds raised to strengthen at the back by landing Virgil van Dijk and Alisson.
But this time round he’d look to bolster his attacking options with Vinicius possible arriving as Firmino’s replacement if he departs the club as has been rumoured.
Liverpool’s prodigious scouting network are now scouring Europe in an attempt to find a suitable candidate and O Jogo states Liverpool have a rising interest in 6ft 3in forward Vinicius, who only joined Benfica last summer.
The 24-year-old star has racked up 13 goals in 19 matches, justifying the €100m exit clause Benfica stuck in his deal when bringing him in in a €17m deal from Serie A heavyweights Napoli the previous summer.
That form has seen the attacker tipped for a call-up to the Brazil national side, with the star contracted to the reigning Portuguese champions until June of 2024.
Former Liverpool chief Brendan Rodgers has refused to rule out the possibility of Leicester City landing Adam Lallana this summer.
It has been claimed that the 31-year-old is likely to leave the Reds at the end of the season, following six seasons at the club.
Leicester have been linked with a swoop for Lallana, allowing him to link up with Brendan again, following their time together with the Reds.
Speaking to reporters this week, as transcribed by Leicestershire Live, the ex-Liverpool boss remained coy about the situation, lauding the player’s ability as a player.
“Adam’s a fantastic player. He’s someone I brought into Liverpool and I’ve been aware of his talents since he was a young player at Southampton.
“He’s at the stage where he’s done brilliantly there and I’m sure he’ll be weighing up his options.
“For us, we don’t need to speak about that now. We spoke about it all through January, I don’t need to speak about the summer transfer window now. I’d only add that he’s a top-class player.”
He is one of the highest earners in the roster, taking home a reported £110,000 a week, yet is not a regular, making just three PL starts this season.
On top of that, injury problems have plagued his professional career, and the money saved on wages could be useful for the summer market.
Essentially, the Reds have moved on without the star, even though he has still contributed this campaign, with the likes of Fabinho, Jordan Henderson and Georginio Wijnaldum far more essential to Jurgen Klopp’s plans, as the Reds sit on the brink of becoming Premier League champions.
The Foxes could suit Lallana well, in terms of his ball-playing ability, in Leicester team who have caught the eye this term in that respect.