Jurgen Klopp downplayed dipping into the transfer market in January to beef up his squad after getting struck with injury woes this term.
Liverpool have barrelled ahead of Manchester City in the Premier League table, despite the gap between both side a small one point.
The Reds will be aiming to hold on to their new crown until the New Year. While that’s realistic enough, their midfield wall could see a collapse next term if not bolstered.
Naby Keita has yet to return to the club’s centre and Fabinho is not accustomed to Klopp’s style just yet.
Concerns over the situation at the middle of the park in Anfield is swirling and Liverpool may have to budge.
Rumoured target Adrien Rabiot has refused to settle for a new deal at Parc de Princes and is adamant about leaving.
Liverpool have been linked with a move for Rabiot since talks to extend the French man deal broke down.
The midfielder has been touted to join Barcelona instead, according to reports doing the rounds.
Rabiot is on the cards at Paris Saint-Germain and the French club is keen about letting him leave in January. They’re afraid of losing him on a free and would prefer cashing in on him when January arrives