Liverpool closing in on triple transfer swoop

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Liverpool are closing in on the signings of Mamadou Sakho, Tiago Ilori and Victor Moses, according to Sky Sports.

The Reds are close to agreeing a season-long loan deal with Chelsea for their winger Victor Moses, who was left out of their squad that lost in the European Super Cup final last night. 

Moses only moved to Stamford Bridge last summer, however doesn't seem part of Jose Mourinho's plans at the Blues. 

And, Brendan Rodgers has had a bid accepted for Sporting Lisbon centre-back Ilori, with the player now needing to pass a medical at the Anfield outfit.

The 20-year-old could soon partner PSG star Sakho in the Reds' defence as the 23-year-old is desperate for first-team football.

He is believed to be on Merseyside and is reportedly close to completing a deal with Rodgers' side. 

Liverpool are currently preparing to host huge rivals Manchester United at Anfield tomorrow as David Moyes makes his return to Merseyside. 

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