Jude Bellingham is one of the hottest properties in world football right now.
The young England star has been linked with some of the biggest clubs from across the continent including top Premier League teams such as Manchester United, Chelsea and Man City, but Liverpool are hoping to gain a crucial advantage and swoop for the player.
It comes as the club have been criticised by Wolves boss Bruno Lage for their approach to handling Adama Traore, and Reds fans have allegedly been ahead of the Reds’ Champions League clash against AC Milan.
Here are Mirror Football’s latest Liverpool headlines.
Liverpool fans ‘attacked’
A number of Reds fans who have travelled to Italy for the final Champions League group stage game against AC Milan have allegedly been attacked.
A group of supporters claim they were ‘targeted’ while they were out in the city ahead of Tuesday night’s game.
Video footage of the alleged incident has emerged, with one fan telling the Liverpool Echo he needed stitches in his head afterwards.
Reds criticised for Traore approach
Liverpool have been criticised by Wolves boss Bruno Lage for their approach towards containing Adama Traore during their Premier League encounter last weekend.
Lage has called for a change in the rules after accusing the Reds of committing a number of tactical fouls against the winger during Liverpool’s 1-0 win.
And the Portuguese manager is insistent about what should happen to anyone committing a tactical foul in the future.
Bellingham swoop planned
Liverpool plan to gain a crucial advantage in the race to sign Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham thanks to superstar forward Erling Haaland.
The young England international has impressed for club and country since his move to Dortmund from Birmingham in July 2020 and has been eyed by top Premier League sides.
And the Reds are hoping to take advantage of the interest in his teammate Erling Haaland to swoop for his signature.