The Reds are privately working on goalkeeper deal.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is working on a secret deal for a goalkeeper.
The Reds have recently ended their pursuit of Alisson Becker from AS Roma.
Acccording to Liverpool Echo, Klopp has ended his pursuit of the 25-year-old.
The Anfield outfit is now apparently in the market for an upgrade between the sticks.
After a few years of inconsistency under goalkeeper Simon Mignolet, Adam Bogdan and Loris Karius. Klopp has decided the clubs needs a new goalkeeper with Roma shot-stopper Alisson regularly linked over the past few months.
But James Pearce updated that LFC are dealing with this situation privately and a lot of things are going on behind the scenes.
“Alisson was the No 1 target but Roma’s asking price and the keeper’s desire to join Real Madrid means those hopes have faded,” he said.
“His future will become clearer once Brazil are no longer in the World Cup.
“I’m sure a lot of work is going on in the background.
“Liverpool have been linked with a whole host of alternatives but I’m told there’s nothing in talk of making a move for either Burnley’s Nick Pope or Lazio’s Thomas Strakosha.”