Liverpool Transfer News: B. White, J. Sancho and V. Osimhen were linked with the red in this January.

The latest on the players Liverpool have been linked with this January – and who might leave the club…


Liverpool’s confirmed signings

Liverpool have signed Japan attacking midfielder Takumi Minamino from Austrian club Red Bull Salzburg.

The 24-year-old underwent a medical and agreed personal terms with the Premier League leaders on Wednesday after they triggered his £7.25m release clause.

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The latest players Liverpool have been linked with…

As reported from Sky Sports twitter handle, so many clubs were keen to build on the player Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham are on the plane

There is no break clause in his season-long loan from the Seagulls, however, so the most likely chance of a deal this month would be for a club to buy him and agree to loan him straight back to Leeds for the rest of the campaign.

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Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham are among a host of clubs monitoring the Lille striker Victor Osimhen.

However, the Nigeria international is expected to stay at Lille for the rest of the season unless the French club receives a January offer that is too good to refuse.

Who else have the Reds been linked with?

Jadon Sancho, Borussia Dortmund [Daily Express]; Ryan Fraser, Bournemouth [TalkSport]; Mathieu Goncalves, Toulouse [Daily Mail]; Adama Traore, Wolves [The Sun]; Jarrad Branthwaite, Carlisle [Daily Mail]; Allan, Fluminense.

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The latest on those who could leave Liverpool this January…

Swansea are among a number of clubs to have inquired about taking Rhian Brewster on loan from Liverpool, and are reportedly close to sealing a deal for the young forward.

Liverpool have also had enquiries for right-back Nathaniel Clyne, who was available in the summer, and he is said to have a good chance at a move next month due to a step up in his recovery from injury.

The England international was ruled out for around six months with a cruciate knee ligament injury picked up in pre-season game against Borussia Dortmund, but he is expected to return to training next month.