Liverpool have just won their first league title in 30 years, and it doesn’t look as though they’re going to rest on their laurels after their success.
Indeed, the Reds have been linked with a number of players that will improve their squad with the Thiago Alcantara rumours running rampant, while links to Kalidou Koulibaly still bubble under the surface.
However, despite all these targets from mainland Europe being reported, the Reds are now apparently looking domestically at one player.
The Daily Mirror are reporting that Liverpool are interested in signing Leicester’s Harvey Barnes.
The paper’s story says that Barnes fits Liverpool’s transfer strategy of signing young players with high sell-on potential, and you can understand exactly why the Reds are in the market for him.
Liverpool’s front three is almost impenetrable, and any attacking player that is brought in may have to offer something a little different if they want to see a lot of first-team action, and Barnes is that man.
The Swiss international is far from a key player at Anfield, but he does offer something valuable, and it seems as though his versatility won’t be missed all that much if Barnes joins this summer.