Liverpool got their transfer business underway with the signing of Kostas Tsimikas from Olympiacos. The £11.75million switch represents a low-key opening to the club’s activity in the summer window – and attention now turns to who will be next through the door.
Klopp is a fan, however, and the midfield is considered one area that the team could do with an upgrade.
A replacement for Dejan Lovren is on the agenda after selling the Croatian to Zenit Saint-Petersburg.
Brighton are demanding £40m for White, who was one of the standout players in Leeds’ Championship winning team.
Elland Road bosses are eager to land a permanent deal while Chelsea are also keen.
The Bournemouth playmaker is reportedly being considered after the Cherries’ relegation to the Championship.
The Wales international barely featured due to a long-term injury but looked lively after returning to fitness after lockdown.
Brooks is valued at £35m, which is a hefty price tag for a player that would have to wait patiently for opportunities.
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