Something special is happening at Liverpool right now and there's a growing sense that they're one transfer window away from competing on all fronts.
As it stands the Reds are third in the Premier League, one point behind Manchester United in second and through to the Champions League semi-finals.
They've also only lost once in all competitions since the beginning of February - a 2-1 defeat to United away from home - and scored the second highest amount of league goals (78).
Going forward Jurgen Klopp's men are as dangerous as anyone and defensively they've come on leaps and bounds since the arrival of Virgil van Dijk from Southampton.
Everything seems to be falling into place at Anfield and things could get even better when the summer transfer window comes around.
With RB Leipzig's Naby Keita due to finally complete his move and Emre Can potentially leaving for Juventus, it's sure to be a very busy period for Klopp.
Regarding Can, the German is currently out injured and still hasn't decided whether he's staying or going as negotiations continue.
LIVERPOOL'S MIDFIELD LOOKING SOLID
"What is the situation at the moment? Open. Nothing is decided," said Klopp last month when asked about rumours Can wants to leave.
"We are in talks with him and it is all good so far apart from he hasn't yet signed a contract for us. That is all, there is no problem with that."
Can's potential departure certainly wouldn't leave Liverpool light in midfield with Jordan Henderson, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, James Milner and Georginio Wijnaldum at the club.
However, there are rumours that Klopp is weighing up a move for Manchester United target and Napoli midfielder Jorginho in addition to Keita's long-awaited arrival.
Jorginho, 26, is in high demand across Europe and valued at around £50 million by Napoli, which is by no means steep in the current market.
Liverpool will face a lot of competition for the Italian's signature but there's reason to suggest he may just prefer a move to Anfield.
It's been noticed on Instagram that Jorginho has liked a video linking him with a move to Liverpool should Can leave in the summer. Check it out below.
It's by no means concrete, but never underestimate the power of social media when it comes to transfer rumours. Here's how Liverpool fans have been reacting.
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