Just seven free agents have been recruited by Liverpool under Jurgen Klopp's leadership at Anfield, but new rumours indicate that number may rise this summer. Their top target, Jude Bellingham, is still Liverpool, but signing him would set a club record transfer fee of more than £100 million. The Reds are still thought to be interested in Matheus Nunes and Mason Mount, so if they sign the England international, he wouldn't be the only new addition to the midfield.
Although midfield is the top priority, Klopp will also need to fill other positions this summer. Prior to the likely departures of Caoimhin Kelleher, Nat Phillips, and Joel Matip, it is debatably also necessary to get a new backup goalkeeper and a new centre defender. Similar replacement options might be considered for the Cameroonian by Liverpool, who is reportedly interested in signing Eintracht Frankfurt defender Evan Ndicka.