BARCELONA TRACKING WOODBURN
Philippe Coutinho isn't the only Liverpool player Barcelona have their eye on, according to Don Balon.
The Catalans have been tracking 18-year-old Ben Woodburn, who is widely tipped to become a star for both the Reds and for Wales.
Barcelona have already approached Woodburn's representatives, with Liverpool determined to hang on to the player who made his first-team debut last season at age 17.
BARCELONA CHOOSE COUTINHO ALTERNATIVES
Barcelona will look to the Bundesliga if their January pursuit of Philippe Coutinho fails, according to Sport.
The Camp Nou side were unable to sign the Liverpool player during the summer, and have chosen their alternatives if they are rebuffed once again. Max Meyer of Schalke and Bayer Leverkusen's Julian Brandt are top of their shortlist, with Barca already having made contact with both clubs.
LIVERPOOL & ARSENAL FIGHT FOR WONDERKID BROOKS
Liverpool and Arsenal are both competing for the signature of Sheffield United wonderkid David Brooks, claims the Mirror.
The 20-year-old has earned rave reviews for his performances with the Blades, and Jurgen Klopp is believed to be preparing a £10 million bid come January.
Klopp, however, will face competition from Arsenal and a host of other Premier League teams if he wishes to land his target.
PREMIER LEAGUE CLUBS ON RABIOT ALERT
Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot is concerned about the lack of progress over talks for a new contract, reports L'Equipe.
Rabiot’s current deal expires in 2019, but discussions have yet to take place over an extension, with reports suggesting Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham are all keeping an eye on the situation.
WOODBURN SET FOR NEW LIVERPOOL DEAL
Liverpool are ready to reward Ben Woodburn with a new, improved contract after the forward turned 18, reports the Liverpool Echo .
The Wales international has made just one appearance for Liverpool this season, but the club are keen to hand him a fresh deal following his progress over the past 12 months.
LIVERPOOL TRACK DUTCH DEFENDER
Fortuna Sittard defender Perr Schuurs is continuing to have his progress tracked by Liverpool, reports the Daily Mail .
Schuurs was invited to train with Liverpool earlier this year and the 17-year-old has also been watched by the likes of Ajax, Borussia Dortmund and Manchester City.
LIVERPOOL WON'T LOAN OUT BREWSTER
Liverpool teenager Rhian Brewster will not be allowed to leave the club on loan during the January transfer window, reports the The Sun .
Brewster is currently impressing at the Under-17 World Cup in India for England , but the only New Year departures from Anfield are likely to be Lazar Markovic and Lloyd Jones.
BARCA ENTER VAN DIJK RACE
Barcelona have entered the race to sign Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk, according to the Sunday Mirror .
Scouts from the Camp Nou outfit watched Van Dijk during Netherlands's win over Sweden and are now considering a move for the £50 million-rated Liverpool target.
MADRID TO WAIT FOR PULISIC
Real Madrid target Christian Pulisic is unlikely to leave Borussia Dortmund in the near future, according to Sport Bild .
Pulisic has been regularly scouted by Real, and has also been linked with Liverpool, but the USA international is currently happy at Dortmund.
MAN CITY PLOT £3M GHOULAM BID
Manchester City are planning a £3 million bid to sign Napoli left-back Faouzi Ghoulam in January, claims The Sun .
Ghoulam is out of contract at the end of the season, and has also been linked with Chelsea and Liverpool, but Pep Guardiola is keen on a cut-price deal following the long-term injury suffered by Benjamin Mendy.
PSG PLAN €150M COUTINHO BID
Paris Saint-Germain are set to battle Barcelona for the signing of Liverpool midfielder Philippe Coutinho, according to Sport .
PSG have already made contact with Coutinho's representatives ahead of a potential move next summer and are willing to offer €150 million for his services.
Neymar has already messaged his fellow Brazil international regarding the potential of a transfer to the French capital, but Barca are unlikely to give up on their own interest.
regarding the potential of a transfer to the French capital, but Barca are unlikely to give up on their own interest.
LIVERPOOL DEMAND £1BN IN TAKE-OVER TALKS
Liverpool's owners have entered talks over a potential sale of the club, but are demanding £1 billion to relinquish control of the club, The Sunday Mirror reports.
English businesswoman Amanda Staveley is said to have approached Fenway Sports Group after seeing previous attempts to buy the Anfield side fall through. The 44-year-old is known to have links to Middle Eastern investors and played a key part in Sheikh Mansour's purchasing of Manchester City.
LIVERPOOL MAKE NEW MOVE FOR PROMES
Liverpool have redoubled their efforts to sign Netherlands international Quincy Promes, claims TransfermarketWeb .
The 25-year-old, currently at Spartak Moscow, was a target at Anfield back in 2016, but is back in their plans.
MAN UTD TRACK LIVERPOOL MIDFIELDER
Manchester United are interested in signing Emre Can from Liverpool next summer, Tuttosport claims.
Jose Mourinho's side will be in the market for a new midfielder and will try to snap up Can for free if his deal runs out at Liverpool at the end of the season. Jurgen Klopp is said to want him to sign a new contract, however, while there is also interest from Serie A champions Juventus.
LIVERPOOL SCOUT GERMANY STARLET
Liverpool scouts watched Bayer Leverkusen teenager Kai Havertz impress for Germany’s Under 19 side against Belarus on Wednesday, according to the Liverpool Echo .
Havertz scored four goals and provided an assist in the 5-1 victory, with the attacking midfielder under contract at Leverkusen until 2022.
LIVERPOOL & SPURS IN FOR KONDOGBIA
Liverpool and Tottenham are ready to battle it out for French midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia, according to the Daily Mail .
The 24-year-old has impressed on loan at Valencia at the start of the 2017-18 season, having been allowed to leave Inter on a temporary deal to join the Liga side in the summer.
And the Premier League duo have apparently already sent scouts to watch the midfielder, with a view to signing the former Monaco man.
CHELSEA & LIVERPOOL EYE PASTORE
Chelsea and Liverpool have been put on standby with the news £26 million-rated Paris Saint-Germain attacker Javier Pastore is looking to leave the Ligue 1 club, according to El Gol Digital, via TalkSport.
The Argentina international is struggling for game time due to summer arrivals and has been told he is free to leave the French capital.
LIVERPOOL CHASE BLADES WONDERKID
Liverpool are on the trail of Sheffield United midfielder David Brooks, with Everton also showing an interest, reports The Sun .
Brooks has impressed in the Championship this season and the 20-year-old, who played for England at the Toulon Tournament earlier this year, has been called into the Wales squad for their upcoming World Cup qualifiers.
LIVERPOOL TO MAKE ANOTHER VAN DIJK MOVE
Liverpool have not given up in their chase to sign Southampton centre-half Virgil van Dijk, says the Mirror .
Jurgen Klopp marked the Netherlands international as his priority signing during the summer window but a move broke down due to relationship issues between the two clubs.
The Liverpool boss will supposedly make another move in January, though, in view of strengthening the Reds' underwhelming defensive unit.
LIVERPOOL IN NEW GHOULAM LINK
Liverpool are again being linked with a move to sign Napoli left-back Faouzi Ghoulam, reports the Liverpool Echo .
Ghoulam has been regularly mooted as a target for Jurgen Klopp and he is out of contract at the end of the season, with reports suggesting he will not sign a new deal at Napoli.
PL TRIO CHASE MK DONS STARLET
A trio of leading Premier League clubs are on the trail of MK Dons’ 16-year-old striker Dylan Asonganyi, according to The Mirror .
Asonganyi has been in impressive form for MK Dons’ Under-18 team this season and has caught the eye of Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United.
BARCA WANT COUTINHO IN JANUARY
Barcelona are planning to make a fresh move to sign Philippe Coutinho in January and hope Liverpool will be open to negotiating, claims Sport .
Liverpool rejected all offers from Barca for the Brazilian playmaker during the summer transfer window and have insisted that Coutinho is not for sale.
However, since the transfer deadline passed, Barca have continued to work on a potential deal, with Coutinho reportedly still wanting to move to Camp Nou.
Coutinho’s representatives are rumoured to have met the Liverpool hierarchy and persuaded them to listen to what Barca have to say about a new offer.