Liverpool are considering moves for up to three midfielders at the end of the season, according to UOL Esportes.
Despite only moving to Wolves last month for a fee that could rise to €50m (£43.5m), Matheus Nunes is being seriously looked at as an option. The Portuguese international is believed to be one of manager Jurgen Klopp’s “preferred targets” along with two other players.
Benfica’s Enzo Fernandez (who has a €120m/£105m release clause) is also being tracked, while Borussia Dortmund’s Jude Bellingham (who could cost in excess of €100m/£87.5m) is another top priority.
The Reds’ interest in the England international is well known, with reliable journalist Mike McGrath having revealed this week that the Merseyside club are currently the frontrunners for the teenager’s signature.
However, UOL do say Bellingham’s asking price may prove a “significant obstacle”. You also have to consider that there will be serious competition for the player, with the likes of Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea and Real Madrid also said to be interested.