Liverpool has stated that it has made an inquiry about Jacob Ramsey and is preparing an offer for a Brighton player.

According to reports, Liverpool have made an “enquiry” for Jacob Ramsey and are “preparing an offer” for Moises Caicedo.

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In order to address his midfield crisis, Jurgen Klopp is thought to be on the lookout for a new midfielder.

Curtis Jones, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, and Thiago are all currently sidelined due to injuries.

As a result, the Liverpool manager is considering signing a midfielder before the transfer deadline.

The Reds’ are believed to be keeping tabs on Sheffield United star, Sander Berge, having expressed interest in him.

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What’s more is that Liverpool have made an ‘enquiry’ for Aston Villa’s Ramsey, according to Grizz Khan.

Local reports in Ecuador also claim that Liverpool are preparing an offer for Brighton’s Caicedo.

Ramsey, 21, made his debut in the 2020–21 campaign and starred last season scoring six goals from midfield.

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His performances have alerted Liverpool, and has quickly established himself as a key player for Steven Gerrard’s team.

As for Caicedo, he is wanted by Liverpool, but face competition from Manchester United.

However, StudioFutbol claims that the player has no interest in a move to Old Trafford.

In response to the growing clamor for a new midfielder during the transfer window, Klopp said it’s not easy to bring in the right man.

“The thing is, it is easy for us to bring a midfielder in but it is not so easy to bring the right midfielder in,” he explained. “There are money reasons and contractual reasons which, most of the time, go hand-in-hand.

“It’s not that we deny signing a player if we have a problem with injuries, for example, but it is a complete different situation to the beginning of the pre-season when everybody told me we needed a new midfielder and that was about the kind of midfielder.

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“That is a completely different discussion. We didn’t need a different kind of midfielder but if the right midfielder would have been available, we would have gone then as well.

“Now the situation has changed slightly: we have more injuries, that’s true. But it can still only be about the right [player] and that is not easy. It is nothing to do with that it is now August already and at the end of August, the transfer window closes.

“It’s just because it is 2022 and people have contracts until 2024, 2025 or 2026, that’s the situation and that’s why we have to be calm and sort our problems with the boys we have. It’s all about solutions and only one of these solutions is the transfer market, all the other solutions are here.”

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