"Don't forget, Liverpool never signed a player last summer so you would think there's a lot of money there waiting to be spent". The club didn't sign anyone last summer, and with Sadio Mane and Mo Salah likely to take part in the African Cup Of Nations next January, adding to the squad in that area seems like a logical move.
Divock Origi was handed a brand-new agreement prior to the beginning of the existing project, as well as is guaranteed of an area in Liverpool mythology, yet concerns remain to be asked of the Belgian's high quality.
Links to Werner have actually seen it recommended that Liverpool might agree to get rid of Salah, amidst continuous broach rate of interest from Real Madrid in the Egyptian.
The 23-year old is certainly worth that fee having netted 26 goals in 32 appearances in all competitions this season.
Jurgen Klopp and the Liverpool recruitment team have been proved wise so far in their decision not to bring in any big names.
"His first two seasons in England he was the top goalscorer in the Premier League and I think he'll go very close again".
"I have to improve myself and to learn much more things to get on this level and to play there".
However, his current manager has also warned him that the grass is not always greener elsewhere.
Reported Liverpool target Timo Werner gave a candid answer after being questioned over a move to Anfield this summer.
"I don't think they'd [fans] be too happy considering the goals that he gets, he didn't have his best game last night, he got brought off", he said, as quoted by the Express. "We don't leave anyone, who helps us, defenceless".