Liverpool have enjoyed a 100 percent start to the Premier League season, but that doesn't mean Jurgen Klopp is content with his side.
Like all top managers, the German is always looking for opportunities to improve his team, and that could mean dipping back into the transfer market before next week's deadline.
The Reds have been relatively quiet during the summer window, with RB Leipzig centre-half Ibrahima Konate their only signing, but there's still plenty of time for more incomings.
Daily Star Sport have news of three more players who have been linked with moves to Anfield, starting with Argentine wing wizard Lucas Ocampos.
Liverpool are considering making a move for Sevilla winger Lucas Ocampos, according to Spanish publication Fichajes.
The Argentina star, 27, joined Sevilla in 2019 and finished as the club's top scorer during his first season at the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan as the La Liga side won the Europa League.
Ocampos is under contract until 2024 and would command a sizeable fee if the Reds are serious about pursuing their interest in the dribbling maestro.
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Liverpool have been linked with a move for Danish midfielder Mikkel Damsgaard throughout the summer – but now things appear to be getting a bit more serious.
That's because according to Italian outlet IL Secolo XIX, scouts from Anfield have been spotted at a Sampdoria game to scout the 21-year-old.
Damsgaard impressed in Serie A last season and saw his profile increase further during the European Championships after scoring two goals in Denmark's run to the semi-final.
Ajax starlet Ryan Gravenberch also remains on Liverpool's radar as Jurgen Klopp looks to fill the void left by Georginio Wijnaldum's departure to PSG earlier this summer.
Gravenberch has been compared favourably to his Dutch compatriot and already has significant experience under his belt having played 47 times for Ajax last season.
Signing the 19-year-old won't be cheap, but the Liverpool Echo claim he could be a late arrival as the transfer window draws to a close.
However, the paper adds that a deal is more likely to be struck next summer.
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