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If not Bellingham, then who? Caicedo, Tielemans, Sofyan Ambrabat, Alexis MacAllister and more… potential Liverpool midfield signings in the January transfer window



Transfer meeting with Jude Bellingham as pressure mounts on Liverpool


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Liverpool’s engine room is in desperate need of reinforcements, but which top-flight midfielders are actually available and affordable?

Demand for a new Liverpool midfielder is growing with each passing game, it seems. Jürgen Klopp may have insisted that the Reds cannot ‘play Monopoly’ in the January transfer window, but it seems clear that without at least some reinforcements this month his side may forget about a place in the Premier League’s top four.

We know who their number 1 target is, but at this point there’s no chance of convincing Borussia Dortmund to sell Jude Bellingham – and there’s no guarantee at this point that the English star will pick Liverpool over Real Madrid or of Manchester City, or.

Similarly, the move of long-time target Matheus Nunes from Wolves will have to wait until the summer as the Portuguese international has already played for two clubs this season.

Anfield sources continue to downplay the arrival of a new signing this month, following the £44m ($52m) signing of Cody Gakpo, but we’ve seen in the last two January windows that Liverpool are ready to do business late. should an opportunity arise or the need become too great to ignore.

With that in mind, GOAL takes a look at some of the players who could be on the Reds’ radar over the next three weeks…

Mois Caicedo

The 21-year-old Brighton player is clearly destined for a Champions League club, and the fact that the Ecuadorian international recently changed agents suggests that he and his team are preparing for a move in the near future. Whether Brighton want to sell, mid-season and when they have their own European ambitions to fulfill, is another question, although a rumored fee of between £45-60m ($55-73m ) is not beyond the possibilities for a club like Liverpool. Club sources, however, played down talk that a deal is on the cards.

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