Given Liverpool have romped to their first Premier League title this season it seems unlikely wholesale changes will be made to the squad.
Boss Jurgen Klopp is loyal to his players and any personnel alterations will probably be kept to a minimum.
Some fringe players could depart and the German boss might choose to plug the gaps with talented youngsters.
One man who hasn’t escaped the attention of Liverpool previously is Norwich starlet Todd Cantwell.
The 22-year-old was linked with a move to Anfield back in March, with the Reds closely monitoring the versatile winger (Mirror).
Norwich were thought to value Cantwell at around £30 million; although their pending relegation might alter that stance.
Some more news has emerged from Carrow Road that could hand the Reds a bonus. The Daily Mail claims that Canaries stars will see their wages slashed in half if the club is relegated.
Cantwell could prove a sound addition for Liverpool and he would fit nicely with the ethos instilled by Klopp.
The boss has worked wonders with the talent he has at his disposal and he is renowned for squeezing every drop of talent out of his players.
Norwich star Cantwell might be viewed as a project for Klopp. He has done okay during his first season in the Premier League, scoring seven goals and registering two assists for the division’s bottom side.
The youngster is the type of player who could thrive among better players.
He is skilful, can operate on the right or the left flank and shows an unbelievable work ethic.
If Klopp isn’t going to spend big on a world-class player this summer, Cantwell might be an attractive alternative for the Liverpool boss.
The supporters of the newly crowned champions like to be entertained. If there’s one thing that the England under-21 star is capable of, it’s getting supporters out of their seats.
If the Canaries are relegated £30 million might be ambitious from their point of view and the Reds should prepare to pounce.