Divock Origi looks set to move on come the end of this season and Inter Milan are seemingly one of the clubs keen on the striker.
Despite seemingly being around for a long time, the Belgian international is still only 25 and after making just 17 appearances (including two starts) during this campaign would understandably be looking at a fresh start.
CalcioMercato (via the Mirror) reports that Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte is a very big fan of Origi despite having the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez and Lautaro Martinez at his disposal.
In his six seasons at the Reds Liverpool career, Origi has made 157 appearances and scored 35 goals.
The striker is blessed with power and pace, but the combination of injuries, a lack of opportunities and inconsistent performances when given the nod have meant that he has not lived up to his true potential.
Origi has been linked to Wolves on a couple of occasions, but stayed with the club and got his just rewards when he played a big part in the Reds Champions League success for which he will always be remembered.
He is currently contracted until the end of the 2023/24 season so it will be interesting to see what transfer fee Liverpool will receive.
Remaining in Italy and the reigning league champions have been linked to a familiar face in Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey.
Ramsey left Arsenal at the end of the 2018/9 season after 11 seasons, but his spell at the Turin giants has been anything but smooth.
The injuries which littered throughout his time at Arsenal have continued, meaning that he has lacked the continuity needed to make a real impression in a side who could had done with his guile and experience this season.
With Gini Wijnaldum reportedly set to leave in the summer, Liverpool will look to the transfer market to fill the sizable void that the Dutchman will leave.
To this point, the 30 year-old has made 61 appearances and scored six goals for Juventus and while he would certainly add some quality to the squad, Jurgen Klopp will be looking for someone with great durability to fill the Wijnaldum role, and Ramsey does not tick that box.