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A round-up of the players linked with a transfer to Liverpool this summer
With the quest to return to Europe’s elite remaining at the top of Liverpool’s to-do list, it seems many names could be joining the five-time European Champions as Brendan Rodgers enters his second year in charge.
With the addition of experienced defender Kolo Toure already secured, and the transfer balance reinforced by the sale of Andy Carroll, it seems a number of players could be about to make the switch to the Reds.
Here we round up those rumoured to be on their way to Anfield this summer.
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