Liverpool are reportedly opening talks with a long-term target as we round up the latest rumours on Tuesday, May 29.
Liverpool are to tempt Roma with a world-record bid for goalkeeper Alisson Becker, according to the Daily Mail.
Roma may be forced to sell the highly-rated goalkeeper, but will reportedly not listen to bids below £60m.
Liverpool signed Alisson’s Brazilian team-mate Fabinho from Monaco on Monday evening for £43.7m.
Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has appeared to rule out selling Nabil Fekir to Liverpool until at least after the World Cup.
He says there is no meeting scheduled with Liverpool’s leaders and echoed Fekir’s own sentiment last week that there is no rush to decide his future.
Aulas said: “There is no information contrary to what I mentioned in the last match. NabilFekir has a past at Olympique Lyonnais. He has a future – a future.
“We always try to go in the direction of the players. We will listen carefully. I will be tonight at the match where he will play with the France team. It is a great pride for us to have a pure talent of selection training.
“We will probably know more after the World Cup. But for the moment, he is from Lyon and we are very proud of him. I do not have an appointment with the leaders of Liverpool. There is no urgency at all. We are perfectly serene. If Nabil wants to play the Champions League in Groupama Stadium next year, we will be delighted.”