The Reds are hopeful of sealing a club-record deal for Roma star Mohamed Salah during the week.
The Egyptian player is one step closer to finalising his move to Anfield for a price in the region of £35million, which will break the club’s existing transfer record so far.
Liverpool's first tried to bring in the 24-year-old three years ago but lost out to Chelsea, who signed the player from Swiss outfit Basel for £12m.
Salah failed to live up to expectations at Stamford Bridge and ended up in Italy after an initial loan deal, however it would seem that a return to the Premier League is very much on the table.
Negotiations between the Liverpool and Roma took place last week and although the Reds failed with their initial bid of £28m the deal is still expected to go through at the higher price, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Personal terms are not expected to be a problem either, with Salah expected to double his current £45,000-a-week wages at Anfield.
Salah is also expected to add speed, creativity and goals from a wide position and the thought of the Egypt international and Sadio mane flanking a new central striker would make Liverpool look scary next season.