Liverpool saw Georginio Wijnaldum leave as a free agent at the end of last season and decided against bringing in a replacement for him in the summer window.
Curtis Jones and Harvey Elliott have been provided opportunities in the first team. The former has been in and out of the squad this season, while the latter has been sidelined with an injury since September.
The midfield is one of the areas the Reds plan to strengthen for next season. That’s according to Fichajes.net, who, in what they present as their own information, say the Merseyside club are targeting Juventus’ Aaron Ramsey.
Jürgen Klopp is aware his squad at Anfield is ‘far from being at the level’ of Chelsea or Manchester City. To bolster the midfield, Liverpool are ‘eyeing’ the Wales international. His arrival could give Klopp more quality and options when rotating his players.
The ex-Arsenal man has struggled for prominence under Massimiliano Allegri this season and therefore, could leave the Turin club in January. His exit is ‘necessary’ for the Serie A side, to raise funds and also free up space for new arrivals in the next window.
Ramsey, who spent the majority of his career at Arsenal, is keen on the idea of returning to the Premier League. His intention is to enjoy more minutes in the coming months so that he can lead Wales in the play-offs and help his country qualify for the 2020 World Cup.
Fichajes.net make it clear this is their original information. They state Ramsey wants to leave in the winter market, while Liverpool are looking for a new midfielder next summer.