If everything goes according to plan Liverpool will complete the signing of Salzburg winger Takumi Minamino.
BBC Sport confirms that a deal is close and it would be a massive boost for the Reds ahead of the January transfer window opening.
The 24-year-old has scored nine goals and registered 11 assists this season and will be a decent acquisition for Liverpool.
One beauty of the signing is that Minamino is yet to hit his full potential. The Reds having such a promising talent on their books can only bode well for the future.
Liverpool have also been linked with a move for Kai Havertz, according to the Daily Star.
The 20-year-old wonderkid scored 20 goals last season from central midfield and is viewed as one of the best young talents in world football.
He has hit a sticky patch this season but he has Manchester United and Bayern competing with Liverpool for his signature.
Liverpool landing Havertz on the back of signing Minamino would be a frightening proposition for rival clubs.
The Leverkusen man would add goals from midfield whilst he would also add some much-needed youthful exuberance.
James Milner won’t be around forever and in the next few years, it seems certain that another midfielder will be added.
Havertz has the potential to make Liverpool devastating and his arrival at Anfield could spark a period of serious dominance.
The youngster has good positional sense, can play in more than one position, knows where the back of the net is and can pick out a pass.
Starlet Havertz won’t come cheap. Reports have quoted that it will take £80 million to prise him away from BayArena.
Considering the whole package, however, Havertz would soon look like a steal.
If Liverpool are serious about years of dominance then the seven-cap Germany international should be signed at all costs.