And with this in mind, Liverpool are hoping to take advantage of the situation by attempting to snap up striker Paulo Dybala, and are willing to pay up to 90 million euros for the Argentinean.
And Dybala really would be an outstanding addition to the Reds' squad.
The 24-year-old said: "I had a lot of offers from very good teams but I made a decision to come to Juventus because I think the project is very big".
And the bookies reckon Liverpool are the favourites to sign Dybala this summer, with Jurgen Klopp priced at 4/1 to sign the Juve star after receiving a flurry of bets this morning.
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Liverpool have been busy in the transfer window, with Klopp signing midfield duo Naby Keita and Fabinho.
The same report says that the 28-year-old Paris Saint-Germain defensive midfielder has been singled out as a top target for the Reds as they look to add to their squad this summer.
That failure to complete the deal for Fekir appeared to open the door for Klopp to move for Dybala, although that transfer doesn't look likely.
France are at the World Cup and with a monumental clash against Belgium scheduled for tonight, Nabil Fekir will be back home by Monday at the latest. As to whether it's a £50m, £60m Alisson, or another keeper for £20m to fight it out, we don't know.