Check out all the latest Liverpool news and transfer gossip from today.
Arsenal legend Martin Keown has criticised Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren, claiming the former Southampton star has made a disappointing start to his career at Anfield. (Daily Mail)
The Croatia international was recruited by Brendan Rodgers with the aim of strengthening the Reds back line, but since his £20m switch to Merseyside the team has looked even more error-prone in defence.
Much of the negative press has been targeted at under-performing striker Mario Balotelli, but Keown thinks that Lovren has been equally poor, and has failed to justify his price-tag.
The 25-year-old impressed many during his debut campaign in the Premier League at St Mary's last term, but is suffering from a severe lack of confidence following a difficult start to life at Liverpool.
Liverpool have been alerted to the availability of Spanish winger Pedro after Barcelona contacted a host of suitors to sound the player out for a possible transfer. (The Express)
The 27-year-old has a £115 million buyout clause written into his current contract at Camp Nou, but could now leave the Catalan club for a cut-price £25 million.
Liverpool have successfully fended off competition from the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal for the services of MK Dons wonderkid Dele Alli. (The Express)
The Reds have moved to secure the services of the 18-year-old midfielder - dubbed the 'English Messi' - with the deal set to be formally announced as soon as the transfer window reopens in January.
Liverpool have agreed a deal with Real Madrid which will see Karim Benzema move to Anfield for a sum totalling £38.8million. (Daily Star)
Brendan Rodgers has approached Los Blancos chiefs and is confident he can get a deal done, according to reports in Spain.
Raheem Sterling has left Liverpool bosses worried after stalling over his decision to sign a new contract, following strong interest from Real Madrid. (Daily Star)
The England international winger has been one of few positives at Anfield this season, and the Merseyside club are trying to secure his long-term future with an improved £90,000-a-week contract.