Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp could be set for a busy few months in the summer transfer market.
Fresh from tying up a deal to bring Ibrahima Konate to Anfield, the German is expected to add more new faces over the coming weeks and beyond.
The Reds finished 17 points adrift of Manchester City in the Premier League last term and require additions if they are to reclaim their crown.
Daily Star Sport have news of three potential incomings and outgoings on Merseyside, including a move for an Argentine ace, a replacement for Gini Wijnaldum and the future of a highly-rated midfielder.
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Liverpool need more goals from all over the pitch after a disappointing season which saw only Mohamed Salah break the 20-goal mark.
That could see them move for Udinese star Rodrigo De Paul, who hit nine goals from midfield for the Serie A strugglers last season.
De Paul has been coy over his future and a report from Football Italia suggests the 27-year-old could be on the move this summer.
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The Reds have a giant Wijnaldum-shaped hole in their midfield after the Dutchman swapped Merseyside for Paris last week.
According to the Daily Mirror, that hole could be filled by Borussia Monchengladbach star Florian Nehaus, who is firmly on the radar.
The 24-year-old registered 16 goal contributions in Bundesliga last season and hinted recently that he could be interested in a move abroad.
“I am a person who likes to dare something. I could very well imagine going abroad. I don't necessarily have to go to Bayern Munich,” he said.
The official reason for Takumi Minamino’s withdrawal from Japan’s World Cup qualifying squad is believed to be an agreement over playing time – but some Liverpool fans have other theories.
One wrote: “Takumi Minamino has left the Japan squad to "handle club affairs." @takumina0116 YNWA I think this means that he's leaving, on loan or permanently. It was nice having you here.”
The 26-year-old star hasn’t been able to force his way into the first-team picture at Anfield since his move from Red Bull Salzburg, and it seems his time on Merseyside could be coming to an end.
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