Swansea City defender Ben Davies has claimed that teammate Ashley Williams is worth £10million, amid reports that he is a transfer target for Liverpool, the Mirror reports.
Wales international Williams, who captains both his club and country, has been linked with a move away from the Liberty Stadium following an impressive season which saw the Welsh side clinch the League Cup, as well as securing their best league finish in over thirty years.
Andy Carroll will reportedly reject a move West Ham United, following reports that the club agreed a fee with Liverpool earlier this month.
The England international spent the second half of the season on loan with the Hammers, scoring seven league goals.
However, the 24 year old is reportedly keen to prove himself at Anfield.
Liverpool are set to make an approach for Real Madrid defender Raul Albiol, as they continue to search for a replacement for Jamie Carragher.
Carragher will retire after Sunday’s home match against Queens Park Rangers, while fellow centre backs Martin Skrtel and Sebastian Coates are both rumoured to also be leaving Anfield.
Steven Gerrard is likely to miss Liverpool’s final two games of the season as the club are reportedly ready to bring forward his shoulder operation.
The midfielder was originally set to wait until the season is over, however, should he go under the knife earlier, his and the clubs preseason preparations would not be affected.
Brendan Rodgers has revealed that he is keen to conclude any transfer business as early as possible this summer, as he aims to replicate the success he had in the January window.
Daniel Sturridge and Philippe Coutinho both joined the club at the start of the year, and both have impressed since signing.
Brendan Rodgers has insisted that Liverpool are confident of bringing in quality players at the end of the season.
The Reds boss told Talksport that, while there are “top players” at the club, he will do all he can to move the club on to the next level.
Liverpool will be without Raheem Sterling for tomorrow’s trip to Reading, as the club continue to manage the teenager’s thigh injury.
The Reds only other absentees are Martin Kelly, Fabio Borini and Joe Allen, who are all out for the season.
The Mirror have reported that Brendan Rodgers is still keen to strike a deal for Blackpool’s Tom Ince, despite the player apparently believing the chance of transfer has gone.
Liverpool made efforts to resign their former youth player during the January transfer window, but were wary of splashing out £6 million on a player running into to the last year of his contract.
Liverpool manager Brendon Rodgers has revealed that he is on the lookout for “three or four” new signings in the close season.
Last summer’s transfer window ended in disappointment, with the club unable to offer any support for striker Luis Suarez after missing out on Clint Dempsey, who opted to join Tottenham Hotspur.